Long a mythical landmark of New York, the Empire State Building resonates with the essence of the city like no other piece of architecture. Since its completion in 1931, it has appeared in block buster movies like "King Kong" as well as the 1964 avant-garde film by Andy Warhol. With "Night", Kerry Law riffs on the idea of a Warholian series, and presents a group of individually hand painted views of the edifice. With forty-three canvases all measuring twelve by twelve inches, and installed on a grid, Law records various fluctuations in weather conditions and lighting that make every piece unique. A musical introduction is provided by Basik and was recorded on Bedford Avenue on August 11, 2012.
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