New Series entitled Liquid State by Jonathan Prince

Jonathan Prince Sculpture Exhibition on Pier 64 Hudson River Park, New York, NY

New work from Jonathan Prince for  exhibition at Christie's Sculpture Garden, 535 Madison Avenue New York. Sponsored by Christie's, Park Tower Group, and Cynthia Reeves February 10 - March 30th, 2012

The creation of Jonathan Prince's new sculpture, G2V and it's journey to New York City's Dag Hammarskjold Plaza.

Installation of Jonathan Prince: Torn Steel at The Sculpture Garden at 590 Madison Ave, NYC. Sept 15 - Nov 18, 2011.

A process video documenting the fabrication, exhibition, and acquisition of the sculpture Vestigial Block from Jonathan Prince's series Torn Steel. The sculpture was fabricated at Jonathan Prince Studio in 2011 - exhibited at The Sculpture Garden at 590 Madison Avenue (56th Street and Madison in New York City) - acquired by Julie and Edward J. Minskoff and gifted in 2012 to The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University. Vestigial Block is part of the museum's permanent collection and is located in the sculpture garden.

Exhibition at Cynthia Reeves Gallery April 1 - May 8th, 2010

Iota II (rendering) 2014 © Jonathan Prince Studio High Chromium Stainless Steel 11 x 4 x 4 feet

A process video documenting the fabrication of the sculpture Wave Block from the series Wave Form at Jonathan Prince Studio. The anodizing process was achieved at Philson, Inc.

The creation and exhibition of a sculpture called Ellipsis from the Liminal series. The two piece sculpture is made from Zimbabwe granite and took over 1,000 hours to fabricate.

This is a computer generated animation that demonstrates the effect of projecting an LCD water effect on the objects mirror polished stainless steel surface. Iota II © 2013 Jonathan Prince Studio

The sculpture G2V will be exhibited at New York City's Dag Hammarskjold Plaza from October 10, 2012 - April 1, 2013. The project is sponsored by The New York City Department of Parks & Recreation, CYNTHIA-REEVES PROJECTS and developer Craig Nassi.