The Jepson Center Eckburg Atrium will house a monumental inflatable sculpture by acclaimed Parisian artist Anne Ferrer. Titled Hot Pink, the huge biomorphic work was originally commissioned by the Taubman Museum of Art in Roanoke, Virginia, for that museum’s light-filled atrium. Ferrer is noted for her colorful, sensuous, and playful sculptures, which have been shown in venues ranging from the Pompidou Centre in Paris, to La Paz, Bolivia, to a recent large-scale work for the Houston Public Library. Ferrer’s vibrant works are something of a sensory overload. In past projects, she has collaborated with performers, composers, perfumers, and a pastry chef. Stitched from parachute fabric, Hot Pink’s billowing form will remain on view through the fall of 2015, overlapping with an exhibition of another French artist who explored the possibilities of colors, Claude Monet.
RELATED PROGRAM | Jepson Center
Pop Art Pop-up Party!
Thursday, April 9 | 6pm
Put on your platform shoes and pop over to the Jepson Center for our Studio 54 disco party! Telfair Museums and South magazine join forces to celebrate the new Hot Pink installation, plus the prints of In Living Color, including work by Andy Warhol.
Anne Ferrer, the acclaimed artist behind Hot Pink, kicks off the party with an exciting talk at 6pm, followed by food, drinks, music and more!
FREE and open to the public. Funding is provided by the Telfair Academy Guild and the City of Savannah’s Department of Cultural Affairs.