Bay Lights: The Most Remarkable Public Art Project in America
Known internationally for his light sculptures and site-specific architectural works –which galvanize attention and bring us into closer connection with our cities and communities – Leo Villareal has lit up San Francisco Bay with 25,000, computer-controlled LEDs, in what Christo calls “a milestone in Public Art”. Underwritten by US Trust
Speakers: Leo Villareal
Festival: 2013

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