NEW YORK CITY: SOMETHING FISHEYE’S GOING ON…

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17october2017 New York City

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NEW YORK CITY & BROOKLYN : BE CURIOUS

“Be curious, not judgmental.” ― Walt Whitman

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Hot Dog Vendor in Central Park
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A memorial to James Gordon Bennett, founder of the New York Herald.
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One Os Gemeos mural on 14th St, facing another one on the opposite wall (not pictured)
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Freeman’s Alley
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Waiting on a train in Brooklyn
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Artist: Huetek
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Artist: Hopsart

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7oct17 New York City & Brooklyn

NEW YORK CITY: SCULPTURAL BEAUTY

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“JEAN-MARC, 2012” (A Portrait of the artist Jean-Marc Bustamante) by Xavier Veilhan
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Venus de Milo sculptures by Jim Dine on 6th Avenue

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Opened on December 27, 1932

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Cuban patriot and author Jose Marti. Sculptor: Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington. Location: Central Park South at Avenue of the Americas. Dedicated to the park in May 1965.
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World War 1, 107th Infantry Honored in Central Park.
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William Tecumseh Sherman, also known as the Sherman Memorial or Sherman Monument, is an outdoor sculpture of William Tecumseh Sherman by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, located at Grand Army Plaza in Manhattan, New York. Cast in 1902 and dedicated on May 30, 1903, the gilded-bronze monument consists of an equestrian statue and an allegorical female figure, Victory. Sherman was a bright military mind who served as a general in the Union Army. Saint-Gardens was an American sculptor (born in Dublin, Ireland) who gained notoriety for his sculptures of the Civil War. Victory is the Greek goddess Nike. 

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September 2017

NEW YORK CITY & BROOKLYN: THE WORLD IN ITS HYPOCRISY

“I won’t tell you that the world matters nothing, or the world’s voice, or the voice of society. They matter a good deal. They matter far too much. But there are moments when one has to choose between living one’s own life, fully, entirely, completely—or dragging out some false, shallow, degrading existence that the world in its hypocrisy demands. You have that moment now. Choose!”  ― Oscar Wilde

Artist Phoebe New York

Newest Ron English piece on St Marks and 1st

Artists Voxx Romana, City Kitty, and Turtle Caps
By artist Praxis, a Colombian now based in NYC
Killing Kermit. East Village, NYC
Artist Golden 305
Unicorn by Miami-based artist Golden 305in Bushwick, Brooklyn
Warhol by SacSix

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NEW YORK CITY: CONFUSING MESSAGES

“Alamo” by Tony Rosenthal. 1966-1967. An anonymous gift to the city.
New mural from Os Gemeos.
Artist: PhoebeNewYork
Tower in the mist


September 2017 New York City