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From Park Avenue to the Seaport

By Carole A. Feuerman

After a year on Park Avenue, 5 of Carole Feuerman’s iconic swimmers move to the Seaport until the end of 2024. This historic neighborhood, considered the cradle of America, provides the ideal backdrop for the monumental works of the superrealist sculptor. Overlooking the East River and with the Brooklyn Bridge as a backdrop, this open-air exhibition offers – to tourists and New Yorkers alike – a walk imbued with aquatic poetry.

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Now On View
Multiple Locations

“New York City Slicker”
Water & Fulton Streets

“Bibi On The Ball”
Tin Building South Plaza

“Brooke With Beach Ball”
Tin Building South Plaza

Pier 17

“Survival Of Serena”
Heineken Riverdeck, Pier 17

About S+4


Carole A. Feuerman (1945) is an American superrealist sculptor born in Hartford, Connecticut, and who lives and works in New York. She is best known for her figurative sculptures depicting swimmers and dancers. Feuerman is the only woman to sculpt in this style, creating both indoor and outdoor works that are painted lifelike. Informed by postmodernist thought, the 1980s saw Feuerman create lifelike, full-figure, super-realistic sculptures, solidifying her artistic career and legacy.


Galeries Bartoux is a French family group with 20 galleries in France, Monaco, London, New York and Miami. It offers an artistic selection that includes works by great masters, established artists and emerging talents. For 30 years, the Bartoux family’s artistic approach has been to interact with the public, raising awareness of art while opening a window on new and exciting cultural values.

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