In June 2016, the High Museum of Art will unveil Tiovivo: Whimsical Sculptures by Jaime Hayon, the third in a series of large-scale interactive installations on the Carroll Slater Sifly Piazza. Hayon (Spanish, born 1974) has created a site-specific work that features four wooden sculptures in the familiar shapes of animals or objects, such as a pig or a bell, that inspire playfulness and joy. Read more.
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