Mosaic Pop Art Artist’s Work Selected for Art Installation Show by The Rockefeller Center in New York City
NEW YORK, New York - Brooklyn artist Rayneese Primrose’s work has been selected by the Rockefeller Center to be a part of “The Flag Project”, its new public art installation celebrating New York City’s Strength, Culture, and Resiliency with themes of love and unity.
This outdoor exhibition showcases the original work of 193 artists from all over the world. Artists designed flags that will fly high from the iconic flagpoles surrounding The Rink at Rockefeller Center. These original pennants will temporarily replace the 193 national flags that surround The Rink.
The exhibition also features flags designed by acclaimed artists Faith Ringgold, Jeff Koons, Marina Abramović, Christian Siriano, KAWS, Shantell Martin, Sanford Biggers, Carmen Herrera, Hank Willis Thomas, Laurie Anderson, Jenny Holzer, Sarah Sze, & Stephen Powers.
A multifaceted artist, Rayneese Primrose is a painter, costumer, and designer. She holds a degree in Fashion Design from the Pratt Institute and is a proud member of NYC’s Theatrical Wardrobe Union. Her designs and costume builds have been seen throughout Broadway, Disney on Ice, world tours, and opera. Her designs and costume builds have also been photographed and featured in Vogue magazine and Vogue online. She has been home since March making masks and creating imagery that supports the Black Lives Matter movement.
The Flag Project will be on display 24 hours a day through August 23rd. No admission fees or ticketing is required. Additional resources can be found at https://www.rockefellercenter.com/flag-project/