Fork in the Road-Rhinebeck – Rhinebeck, New York - Atlas Obscura

Fork in the Road-Rhinebeck

A unique work of art that was created without permission.  

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On Jan 2, 2000, local artist Steve Shreiber erected a 31-foot tall fork sculpture, putting a literal fork in the fork in the road, without permission from the state no less…

As you approach this monumental Fork in the Road, look carefully on the sides of the road to observe the sculptures of “Rock City,” such as the 1 million milligram Prozac capsule, a rusty Spongebob, and many more recycled art and pop-culture references. It is a busy main road and intersection area, so be cautious where you are stopping or slowing down to see these fun art projects.

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Not really a "stop" by the looks of it, but very visible from the roadside. Perhaps contacting the artist may provide further info about visiting the sculptures up close.

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