Tony Rosenthal’s ‘Cube 72’ Reinstalled At Guild Hall

“I like to make public sculptures in which people can participate, that have a functional purpose as well as an aesthetic one,” said artist Tony Rosenthal in 1980.

Guild Hall in East Hampton will display Tony Rosenthal’s “Cube 72,” a gift from the artist for its Permanent Collection. The piece will be reinstalled on the front lawn for all to enjoy. Like his best-known Astor Place sculpture, “The Alamo 1967,” “Cube 72” was designed to appear as if it defies gravity and can spin on its base with minimal effort.

Thanks to the Estate of Tony Rosenthal and restoration by Liberty Iron Works, the cube will return to Guild Hall with full mobility restored. The public is encouraged to come by and take it for a “spin.”

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