DOEprojekts -- Deborah Adams Doering and Glenn N. Doering -- are delighted th have their "NYC Garden" photo selected to fly over Rockefeller Center Plaza, Manhattan, from March 29-April 30, 2021. Their 8' x 5' one-of-a-kind flag is part of "The Flag Project 2021," a public art installation juried by the internationally renowned Aperture Foundation, and supported by New York's Tishman Speyer Company.Above left: One of two displays that show a portion of the 83 flags that fly over Rockefeller Center Plaza as part of “The Flag Project 2021.” Above right: Details of the display at left.
Rockefeller Center’s notification-of-acceptance email to DOEprojekts states:
“We asked you to submit your photographs for a temporary art installation in partnership with Aperture Foundation, the world-renowned New York-based nonprofit and publisher. We invited everyone from professional to smartphone photographers to submit images showcasing the diverse life, energy, endurance, and imagination of New York City. Over the past few weeks, Chris Boot, Executive Director of Aperture, has been busy reviewing all submissions and we are excited to inform you that your photo has been selected!”
"The Flag Project generated over 1200 incredible responses, garnering creative and inspiring submissions, not just from New York and the U.S., but from across the world. The photos reflected the spirit of the City, its resilience and demonstrated a sense of community that is at the core of all Rockefeller Center [and NYC] does and believes in. The exhibition is open to the public [at no cost]; no tickets are required." More information at:
DOEprojekts submitted a total of seven photographs to be juried, including two photograms. A photogram is a photographic print made by laying objects onto photographic paper and exposing it to light.
Below are our photograms, both with silhouettes of pigeons, who are sometimes referred to as the “Official City Bird of Manhattan.” The top photogram shows outlines of the Chrysler Building, NYC, and the one below displays outlines of Bethesda Fountain and Terrace in NYC’s Central Park: