<body> Public Ad Campaign: Looking for Thrilling Public Art in New York City? Head to Your Local Bus Stop—ASAP
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Thursday, November 7, 2019

Looking for Thrilling Public Art in New York City? Head to Your Local Bus Stop—ASAP

VIA: Artnews
A few months ago, I sliced off a tiny bit of my right index finger. I was talking on the phone and using a huge knife to chop cilantro (a fact mocked by my doctors and nurses, which is fair), and I ended up sporting a sizable bandage for quite some time. To avoid injuring the wound as it healed, I stopped biking and running, avoided crowded subways, and walked a lot—slowly. Elle Pérez’s current Public Art Fund project came along at just the right time. Titled “from sun to sun,” it has brought prints of 16 of the artist’s intimate photographs to bus shelters in all five of the city’s boroughs. It’s a project that rewards long strolls. More [HERE]

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