Reach for It, Pard’ner

Part’ner? Pardn’er? What’s the apostrophe replacing?

Anyway. Have you seen George Rodriquez‘ new site-specific installation (untitled) in the Vulcan HQ building in the Chinatown / International District?

Detail from George Rodriguez' newest work in Chinatown

It’s got whimsy, it’s got drama, it’s got craft, it’s got smarts, it’s got humor, it’s got everything you want to walk by on your way to a train or a soccer game (it’s that off-the-street-but-very-highly-trafficked spot right here).

Detail of George Rodriguez' installation in Chinatown

It’s a giant of an installation, almost 40 feet long, and created just for Storefronts, and just for this spot. Please do check it out the next time you’re in the neighborhood.

And while you’re there, Make sure to head across the street to the Publix Hotel, to see SuttonBeresCuller‘s new installation and residency space, which we’ll be featuring in our NEXT blog post.

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  1. Pingback: First Thursday (since last Thursday)! | Storefronts Seattle

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