Cardboard Installations in NYC by Clemens Behr

Clemens Behr - NYC 2011 - Subway
I love geometrical forms in general, but then having them built with low budget materials such as cardboard then having them displayed in the streets of New York just makes these sculptures look so bizarre, beautiful and sexy. Alienated extensions of the city that just seem to naturally grow and bloom in the streets and on the roofs. What you can see here are several uncommissioned public installations done in 2011 by fantastic Clemens Behr in the East Village, China Town, Soho and Brooklyn.


Clemens Behr - NYC 2011 - Inside Subway
Clemens Behr - NYC 2011 - Grill back
Clemens Behr - NYC 2011 - sunny pose
Clemens Behr - NYC 2011 - 7thClemens Behr - NYC 2011 - 7th
Clemens Behr - NYC 2011 - Roof Sunset
Clemens Behr - NYC 2011 - Rolltor
Clemens Behr - NYC 2011 - Blue Wall
Clemens Behr - NYC 2011 - Chinatown
If you like these kind of cardboard installations, make sure to check out Mr. Behr’s installations that he did at the Get Set Art Festival in Portugal, 2010.

Images via Clemens Behr.

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