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Clever street art won't last forever. But neither will Donald Trump's presidency.
People across the city will experience the effects of "Good Fences Make Good Neighbors."
Photo courtesy Jared Siskin and Patrick McMullan via Getty Images PULSE Young Collectors Cocktails PULSE Miami Beach hosted
According to Enderby, "A 2016 grocery list is different than one written just a few decades ago. Shrigley's list is contemporary
"His art confronts us with things we think we already know -- inviting us to look at them afresh."
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[Image: Tatzu Nishi: Discovering Columbus, artist's concept exterior; Courtesy of the artist and Public Art Fund, NY] In
New York's 30-year-old public art facilitator, the Public Art Fund, has found a foolproof way to promote the Sol Lewitt installation
'Sol LeWitt: Structures, 1965-2006' is the first outdoor career survey of Sol LeWitt's sculptures--or, as he preferred to
There is currently a plethora of powerful public art statements punctuating New York City. I don't recollect there ever being quite so many artworks sprouting up in the dense urban summer.