For a Public Art Fund commission, Japanese artist Tatzu Nishi delivered one of this fall’s most exhilarating art experiences. On a platform 70 feet in the air, with incredible views of midtown Manhattan, Nishi constructed an improbable modern living room to surround the landmark marble statue of Christopher Columbus. The figure seems absurdly out of place in its tacky new quarters, complete with reproductions of works by Pollock, de Kooning and Warhol.
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