New York City Ballet (founded in 1948 by George Balanchine and Lincoln Kirstein) has just finished their winter season in Lincoln Center. At the top of their game and one of the foremost dance companies in the world with a roster of spectacular dancers and vast repertory.
To add art to art, this season’s sculptural collages (Dustin Yellin artist) on the promenade are totally unique. Fifteen 3,000 pound sculptures spread across the promenade seem to emanate the energy and color of the dancers. Dustin Yellin, California born and now living and working in Brooklyn considers this the beginning of a series that may ultimately be 100 sculptures – each its own world.