Reviews Published September 28th, 2011 ACCESS PRESS KIT & LOGOS

Street artist Swoon creates sea goddess at New Orleans Museum of Art

An ocean goddess will soon rise inside NOMA, pointing out the water's oil spill-related decline as well as the sometime graffiti artist's rise to stardom.

A giant paper ocean goddess will soon dominate the atrium of the New Orleans Museum of Art. Her beseeching face will point upward toward the ceiling, as if she were rising from the depths toward the surface of the sea. Long paper ribbons will cascade beneath her like tentacles, stretching downward all the way to the white columns that support the mezzanine. It will be a splendid display by one of the world's most famous artists

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