‘Caruso’s Dream’, An Art Installation Featuring Glass Pianos Hanging Off a Building, Is Unveiled in San Francisco


photo by Sergio Ruiz

Last Sunday “Caruso’s Dream”, the San Francisco art installation by Brian Goggin and Dorka Keehn featuring glass pianos hanging off the side of a building, was revealed in a carnival-like unveiling party at the South of Market building where the installation is located. To echo the installation’s musical theme, the event included a procession of pianos, and aerial dancing by performers suspended from the building’s facade. See our previous post for more on “Caruso’s Dream”. The installation is on permanent display at 55 Ninth Street in San Francisco.

Caruso's Dream Installation Unveiled in San Francisco
photo by Andre Zandona/The Chronicle


photo by Sergio Ruiz

Caruso's Dream Installation Unveiled in San Francisco
photo by Andre Zandona/The Chronicle

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