About the Piano
Location: 28 Liberty Plaza, 28 Liberty St, New York, NY
Hours: 9AM - 9PM
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"Kaleidoscope" celebrates the beauty of diversity and multiculturalism. New York City, like a kaleidoscope, is made up of millions of different people with different cultures, traditions, and ideas. New York was founded on this concept and it has only grown larger and more diverse.
This piano is symbol for diversity. The piano is made up of a number of portraits that represent the many cultures and people of New York City. Taking all of our differences and combining them to form something beautiful. This piano is for everyone and represents everyone. Bright, primary colors and simplified forms make this piano exciting and engaging for anyone passing by.
About the Artist
Simon Cooper is an American artist and painter based in New York City. Born in Charleston, South Carolina, Simon lived and studied in Buenos Aires, Argentina before earning his B.F.A. in Illustration, Printmaking from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2014. Simon's work focuses on historical events and figures to tell stories that are important in understanding the present. Using strong colors and simplified forms, Simon aims to excite viewers and explain the past simultaneously.