The formal vocabulary engaged by sculptor Jonathan Prince draws upon his extensive knowledge of nature, science, and the human body.  He is fascinated by artifacts and their power to mediate between history and contemporary culture, and he imbues this passionate inquiry within all mediums employed. 

His sculpture and large-scale installations are rendered in stainless and Corten steel, aluminum, bronze, and granite.   Prince’s recent public art projects have been featured in exhibitions at 590 Sculpture Atrium on Madison Avenue in New York, Dag Hammarskjold Plaza adjacent to the United Nations, Christie’s Sculpture Garden in New York, and along the Hudson River at Pier 64 in the Chelsea Art District.