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The NYC Little Bean Sculpture is a smaller replica of a famous masterpiece.
The Bean Sculpture, also known as “The Cloud Gate,” and a famous piece of public art in Millennium Park – Chicago. But the good news, this iconic sculpture has a mini version in New York City. NYC, the Little Bean Sculpture is a smaller version of The Chicago bean with the same feeling
A famous British-Indian artist, Anish Kapoor the creator of the Chicago Bean, created the NYC Little Bean Sculpture too. Kapoor is one of the world-famous sculptors and best known for his massive, site-specific sculptures such as The Bean in Chicago, which was completed in 2006 and is now it is one of the City attractions for tourists.
The main reason for the NYC Small Bean Sculpture was to create the same emotions and provide a taste of the famous Bean to those who couldn’t visit the Chicago one. It was meant to be a smaller version of The Bean. The NYC Little Bean, like the original, is made of highly polished stainless steel and has a mirror-like sheen that reflects its surroundings. It also possesses the distinctive shape of The Bean, with a smooth, curved outside and a hollow inside.
Miniature Bean Sculpture may be seen in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood. It is placed beneath Herzog & de Meuron’s Jenga tower (56 Leonard Street, Manhattan), making it the best spot to view this little masterpiece.
One of the many unique aspects of the NYC micro bean sculpture is that it is both a beautiful work of art and a terrific way to introduce a small portion of the larger Chicago bean into NYC. If you’ve ever visited Chicago but missed seeing the actual Bean, you’ll appreciate how well the miniature version captures its character. If you’ve never had a chance to be to Chicago, the Little Bean in New York City is a great place for you to have the almost same experience.
The NYC Little Bean Sculpture is a must-see piece of art for NYC tourists so far.
When I saw the NYC mini Bean for the first time, I had a kind of feeling like a kid, and was really joyful for me to touch and see myself in every angle of the mirror form of it, and of course taking pictures is the other fun things that you can do.