So have you guys been snapping art pictures across NYC these past months? Took a cute kissy pic at the immigration heart on V-Day?

 But what are your plans for spring?

Because this spring, you can take a photo op at a whirlpool in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

According to TimeOut NY, the man-made whirlpool is being created in celebration of the Public Art Fund’s 40th Anniversary.

You can take your 'Grams at the base of Pier 1 starting May 3rd, until September 10th.

The work, called ‘Descension’ was designed by Anish Kapoor. Kapoor hails from across the pond, which is Britain, and has taken many risks in his artistic pursuit of pushing the envelope. His work often explores the ideas of voids, including pieces that recede into the distance, or disappear into walls and floors.

"Descension" will Kapoor's first NYC installation. It’ll consist of a large, spiraling funnel of water to contrast with the nearby East River, that then disappears at the center.


Public Art Fund Director and Chief Curator Nicholas Baume said in a statement. "We're thrilled that Anish's newest work will be a highlight of this anniversary season.


Prepare your Instagram game, guys!

[via TimeOut NY] [Feature Image Courtesy]