Landscape architect and designer Ken Smith unveiled his Fenway Deity installation today at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum as part of the Museum’s landscape programming that seeks out underutilized and overlooked venues on the campus and infuses them with garden-inspired public art. Fenway Deity, a large Pop Art-style inflatable medallion with a psychedelic spiral pattern and gold chain, is hanging on the Museum’s historic facade and original entrance facing the Boston Fens. The deity riffs on the Museum’s large wheel window on the opposite building façade, forming a transect line through the Museum and on to the Fens. Playing with the idea of combining high and low art by using vinyl and inexpensive materials juxtaposed against a Museum known for its important historic art collection, Fenway Deity and its whimsical nature will be on view through Sept. 28.

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