Arik Levy’s huge glass sculpture at Moscow’s Hermitage Museum Plaza is stunning
Tel Aviv born artist and industrial designer Arik Levy created an installation out of mirror-polished stainless steel for the Hermitage Museum Plaza in Moscow. The public sculpture is called RockGrowthHermitage and is expected to open in spring 2018.
The installation is going to be 21 x 20,7 meters wide and up to 20 meters tall. Its shape and surface resembles an ice crystall and reflects the surrounding buildings. The project will be in collaboration with the Louise Alexander Gallery, which features Contemporary Art.
“Creation is an uncontrolled muscle.“, says Arik Levy, the artist, describing his creative work process. Currently living and working in Paris, his multi–disciplinary works can be seen in prestigious galleries and museums worldwide.