Faces of the Wild

“Faces of the Wild” features nine, six-foot-tall sculptures depicting critically endangered animals. The monuments are based on the many photographs and sketches that the artists behind the works have taken of wildlife over the past 15 years.
The new outdoors installation is located by Greenwich Village’s Ruth Wittenberg Triangle, at the intersection of Greenwich Avenue, the Avenue of the Americas and Christopher Street.

Photo by Manoli Figetakis

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