Artistry

Art is engrained in the DNA of Bond Street and in the architecture of 22 Bond. Outside the gatehouse is a site-specific commission by Roy Nachum. Pieces by Nachum are designed as part of the public spaces throughout the building. Crowning the exterior is Federico Uribe's "SuperFly," an artistic experience for the building as well as the neighborhood.

 
Art by Roy Nachum Gorilla king is a series of sculptures of gorilla heads with gold Braille embossed crowns covering the gorilla's eyes or face. The crown represents man's blindness caused by displaced values and desire, while the gorilla represents the animal nature in human nature.

Art by Roy Nachum
Gorilla king is a series of sculptures of gorilla heads with gold Braille embossed crowns covering the gorilla's eyes or face. The crown represents man's blindness caused by displaced values and desire, while the gorilla represents the animal nature in human nature.

Art by Roy Nachum A swirling mass of gold aluminum crowns, a work by Jerusalem-born artist Roy Nachum (b.1979), will take pride of place inside 22 Bond's entry gatehouse. The crown is a recurring device throughout Nachum's works. It represents mans blindness caused by displaced values and desire. Visible through a large vitrine along Bond Street, the piece will add to the street's unique history of urban artwork.

Art by Roy Nachum
A swirling mass of gold aluminum crowns, a work by Jerusalem-born artist Roy Nachum (b.1979), will take pride of place inside 22 Bond's entry gatehouse. The crown is a recurring device throughout Nachum's works. It represents mans blindness caused by displaced values and desire. Visible through a large vitrine along Bond Street, the piece will add to the street's unique history of urban artwork.