Arlington, Texas: Sky MirrorA 35-foot-wide mirrored disk. Weighs 23 tons, cost $14 million. Made by Anish Kapoor, who created The Bean in Chicago. You can see yourself on one side, the big Texas sky on the other. Kapoor calls it a "non-object," a thing that's invisible despite its monumental size. Unveiled October 11, 2013.
- AT&T Way, Arlington, TX
- I-30 exits 28 or 29. Drive south to AT&T Way. You'll see the big AT&T Stadium in the distance; Sky Mirror is in front of it, on the west side of AT&T Way just south of its intersection with E. Randol Mill Rd.
- August 2016: Reported annoyingly inaccessible.
Visitor Tips and News About Sky Mirror
When you take a tour of Cowboys (AT&T) Stadium they discuss/view it from the inside. Jerry Jones is great at making money and these tours cost money, but are fun to do when visiting Dallas area.[Laura Lason, 11/03/2016]
This is fenced and has trees around it. You really cannot appreciate it from so far away.[Carmen Reed, 08/06/2016]
After our tour of Cowboys stadium, we visited the mirror. Security recommended parking in Lot 5 (free when no event happening). Mirror viewed from outside fenced area. It was overcast the day we visited. Not much reflection visible.[Terry, 01/09/2014]
This reflective piece of art was created by Anish Kapoor, the same artist who designed The Bean in Chicago.