Water Pavilion West Palm
Local and international artists will be showcased at Rosemary Square, home to large-scale and interactive design installations.
Rosemary Square will unveil the lyrical and engaging Water Pavilion West Palm, created by Danish artist Jeppe Hein. Both children and adults alike will be invited to interact with the playfully ephemeral piece which Hein refers to as a “social sculpture”, allowing viewers to walk in and out of “rooms” created by the vertical columns of water. It is Hein’s first permanent installation in Florida.
This installation complements Rosemary Square’s existing 2,000+ feet of large-scale murals on display around the neighborhood by world-renowned and local artists Frankie Cihi, RETNA, Rico Gatson, Michael Craig-Martin and Greg Astro. These installations follow a successful cultural renaissance in Downtown West Palm including the creation of Culture Lab, home to the recent international tour of Downton Abbey: The Exhibition. The historic Harriet Himmel Theatre, The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts, the Palm Beach Convention Center and Norton Museum are all within walking distance.