cube at Astor Place, by Cooper Union and many Starbucks :-),
is actually one of four cubes by artist Bernard "Tony" Rosenthal:
Alamo, the Cube at Cooper Union, also
Alamo, circa 1971
the Cube at University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
- Marty's Cube,
in Miami at Florida International University
- The Cube
in Hamilton, Ohio at Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum. See Item 45 Upper left quadrant of
as awards or Tiny maquettes of the Alamo.
- To advertise PBS, see PBS Rebrands to "Be More" « Art & Business of Motion.
Imitation as praise
Update: Friday, January 7th 2011
"Alamo Plaza" design presented to surround the Alamo.
Perpetually postponed pedestrian plaza plan proceeds.
This follows yet another salvo in New York City's war on cars and trucks.
Update: Monday, April 3rd, 2006
The Alamo has been de-graffitied back to black by the Parks Department.
Weekends are hard on the cube :-)
Update: Friday, November 18th 2005
The Alamo has returned,
now repaired. Here is the cube before unveiling....
And now, here is the unveiling.
Update: Wednesday, May 11th 2005
The Arts Commission met about the Alamo
as item 22148.
Update: Monday, March 14th 2005
A "cube ghost"
of white PVC pipe has sprung into place on Astor Place.
The PVC pipe traces the edges of the cube and is held up by a black
Update: Thursday, March 10th 2005
The Alamo has been taken
away for repairs.
To Probe Further
Cooper Cube Article
by Chris Lent