Water Sphere #1
It is as if someone packed up the Coney Island of a century ago and sent it on a time-traveling subway up to Lincoln Center. For there, now, is David Blaine, the modern-day Houdini, whose latest feat involves living for seven days in an eight-foot sphere of water in the reflected majesty of the Metropolitan Opera house and the site's other august performance halls.
Beautiful Giclée prints on a slightly textured, heavy matte paper, giving an artistic quality to the image. Each print has a narrow, white border, which is included in overall print size.
See the NYTimes article Water, Water for a Week, Nor Anything to Eat
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