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      Cotton Candy MachineMay 7, 2012
      Art Gallery
      • Brooklyn, United States

      Fans of the incredible illustrator, artist, teacher and rock-n-roll mama Tara McPherson will be in eye-candy heaven at her aptly named Williamsburg outpost, Cotton Candy Machine. Stocked full of the Read more

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      Joseph Beuys: 7000 OaksMay 7, 2012
      Art Gallery
      • New York, United States

      Possibly the most important German artist of the post World War II 20th Century, Joseph Beuys was a sculptor, performance artist, installation artist, graphic artist and art theorist. When I think of Read more

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      LOVE Sculpture by Robert IndianaMay 7, 2012
      Outdoor Sculpture
      • New York, United States

      I had naively originally thought Robert Indiana’s LOVE sculpture was unique to Philadelphia’s LOVE park. I couldn’t have been more wrong. The original image was designed for the Museum of Modern Art Read more

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      The SphereMay 7, 2012
      Outdoor Sculpture
      • New York, United States

      Originally commissioned for the World Trade Center, The Sphere stood between the Twin Towers in Austin Tobin Plaza from 1971 until the 9/11 attacks. The 25 foot high bronze by Fritz Koenig was meant Read more

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      140 BroadwayMay 7, 2012
      Office
      • New York, United States

      Isamu Noguchi’s prolific career spanned from the 1920s until his death in 1988. Raised in Japan by his American mother (he is the illegitimate son of Japanese poet Yone Noguchi), Noguchi at first was Read more

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      Time Warner CenterMay 7, 2012
      Building
      • New York, United States

      Fernando Botero is known for his luscious curvaceous figures in sculpture & painting, some just refer to it as “fat.” Trained as a matador and set designer, Botero declared himself the “most Colombian Read more

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      Arch at Washington Square ParkMay 7, 2012
      Landmark
      • New York, United States

      In 1889, to mark the centennial of George Washington’s presidency, the city of New York constructed a wood and plaster arch at the North End of Washington Square Park, at the foot of 5th Avenue. Read more

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      The Broken KilometerMay 7, 2012
      Art Gallery
      • New York, United States

      Set amidst the fancy designer shops of West Broadway sits another Dia Foundation supported site. On the ground floor of the building next to Eileen Fisher’s flagship fashions, visitors will find Read more

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      Lincoln Center for the Performing ArtsMay 7, 2012
      Performing Arts
      • New York, United States

      In 1966, master painter Marc Chagall painted to enormous murals for the Metropolitan Opera, entitled “The Triumph of Music” and “The Sources of Music.” The murals, considered New York treasures Read more

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      299 East 11th NycMay 6, 2012
      Uncategorized
      • United States

      This is the first site of the eponymous graffiti gallery. I love this story from founder Patti Astor “I was meeting all the graffiti artists while we were getting the Wild Style movie together and Read more

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      Time Warner CenterMay 6, 2012
      Building
      • New York, United States

      Fernando Botero is known for his luscious curvaceous figures in sculpture and painting, some just refer to it as “fat.” Trained as a matador and set designer, Botero has declared himself the “most.. Read more

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      599 Lexington Ave.May 6, 2012
      Office
      • New York, United States

      This giant Stella literally translates to “Jump into my Sack”. It hangs in the giant lobby of CitiCorp Center, which is enclosed in glass windows and looks especially epic at night. Read more

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      Zuccotti ParkMay 6, 2012
      Park
      • New York, United States

      A member of the Johnson & Johnson health and beauty empire family, J. Seward Johnson is known for his life-size bronze casts of actual people doing ordinary things. A philanthropic over achiever... Read more

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      Union Square MetronomeMay 6, 2012
      Public Art
      • New York, United States

      Most people I know say “What the hell is that thing? What is it counting?” as they point to the smoking, giant wall piece that is posted on the south side of Union Square. The answer is.. Read more

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      Ace Hotel New YorkMay 6, 2012
      Hotel
      • New York, United States

      Since the early 90s, Michael Anderson has collected graffiti stickers off of New York’s streets. And now, Ace Hotel has used Anderson’s collection to create an incredible wallpaper of his collection Read more

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      787 7th AveMay 6, 2012
      Office
      • New York, United States

      Greeted by Roy Lichtenstein’s 70 foot tall “Mural with Blue Brushstrokes”, the public spaces are dedicated to exhibition galleries and public art. The Lichtenstein was initially commissioned... Read more

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      New York Times BuildingMay 6, 2012
      Building
      • New York, United States

      Many lobbies of corporations in New York feature art collections that are accessible to the public. The New York Times building commissioned a site specific piece for their Times Square lobby. Read more

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      Chase BankMay 6, 2012
      Bank
      • New York, United States

      Many public works are located in the historic Financial District, with all the promenades surrounding the corporate offices; it is a perfect place for public sculpture and what not. You’ll notice many Read more

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      The Metropolitan Museum of ArtMay 6, 2012
      Art Museum
      • New York, United States

      Everyone knows The Met is the city’s most epic museum, with a vast collection from ancient to modern. I don’t have to tell you that it is a must see. I love to twirl around the period rooms alone... Read more

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      Eleanor Roosevelt MonumentMay 6, 2012
      Sculpture
      • New York, United States

      A throw back to the traditional style of public art, the bronze statue, is Penelope Jenck’s statue of Eleanor Roosevelt at the entrance to Riverside Park on the Upper West Side, which was formerly an Read more

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