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"These spaces offer a little piece of home to those from the island.” Lucia Hierro on her work, today’s highlight, “The Daily Bread/El Pan de Cada Día.” 3/3
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publicartfund 15h
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"They function as everything stores but most importantly are a place where neighbors commune. The survival of these small businesses is so important to me." 2/3
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“For this work, I not only wanted to replicate a bodega but also to highlight the moments which mimic Colmados in the Dominican Republic; depicting baked goods, root vegetables, and other items Americans may not immediately recognize." 1/3
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publicartfund Aug 13
will open August 20 due to installation delays. We look forward to seeing you there!
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publicartfund Aug 13
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publicartfund Aug 13
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"... as well as in the mechanics and philosophies of image-making in art.” Discover more artworks and find one near you in NYC at 3/3
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publicartfund Aug 13
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"I have been looking into street fires started during different protests around the globe for the destructive yet regenerative abilities of popular uprisings and how that dual capability can be paralleled in the plastic language of painting..." 2/3
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publicartfund Aug 13
“I have been working on a series with the idea of protest fire as a simultaneous act of destruction and hope for change." Baris Gokturk​ ​on his work, today's highlight, "#26." 1/3
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Bloomberg Philanthropies Aug 12
Now on view through Sept. 20, ’s exhibition presents work from 50 New York-based artists responding to urgent challenges including and systemic racism. Learn about the artists, and view a map of the installations:
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publicartfund Aug 12
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Read more from the artist and explore all of the artworks throughout New York City 🚌 at 2/2
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publicartfund Aug 12
"Reflecting on this photograph months after taking it in the summer of 2019, it seemed to embody my uncertainty of the future ahead coupled with my curiosity to witness it." Oto Gillen on his work and today’s highlight, “Path, July 22, 2019.” 1/2
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publicartfund Aug 11
"This time has led me to think in depth about collective dreams, collective consciousness, and collectively held archetypes that are both primordial and future-facing." More from Chitra Ganesh on her work and today’s highlight, “Urgency," at
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publicartfund Aug 11
♥️ is up throughout NYC, is on view , and opens on Thursday. Details on all:
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publicartfund Aug 10
“I was lucky to have early support from places like the Public Art Fund, which allowed me to do projects I never could’ve done on my own" ❤️ Barbara Kruger’s Text-Based Artworks: How the Artist Critiqued Advertising and Rose to Fame via
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publicartfund Aug 10
David Wojnarowicz’s Little-known “Stoned” Drawings
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publicartfund Aug 10
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"In a kind of eulogy for the Times Square red light district of the 1970s and 80s, Delany theorizes the nature of interclass contact." Read the rest of the artist’s statement, learn more about the other works, and find one near you 🚌 at 2/2
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publicartfund Aug 10
“Venuses Balcony takes its title from Samuel R. Delany’s 1999 non-fiction classic Times Square Red, Times Square Blue." Marley Freeman on her work and today’s highlight, “Venuses Balcony.” 1/2
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GothamToGo Aug 9
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publicartfund Aug 9
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Read the rest of the artist’s statement, learn more about the other works, and find one near you at 3/3
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publicartfund Aug 9
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‘Right now, it’s like we’re at sea: we speak of “first waves,” “second waves,” and how tumultuous our present time is in the wake of the global pandemic. So I offer a vision of the ocean after a storm.’ 2/3
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