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Art & Culture: NY Times' Art Connections at Subway Stations

Subway stations are a clever place to put art. The morning rat race doesn’t seem so gloomy if the commute is brightened up with well designed transportation. We’ve seen great examples of this before and the New York Times recently wrote an article about NYC’s latest stop – the South Ferry Station.

Identical twins Doug and Mark Starn collaborated with the city’s Arts for Transit Program to display their artwork at the $530 million station. As the Times reports: “The work at South Ferry, more than three years in the planning and execution, is among the largest Arts for Transit has ever undertaken. And at more than $1 million, it is the most expensive to date, said Sandra Bloodworth, the program’s director, who said she hoped it would also be among the most durable.” Click Read More for additional photos and information.

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