Works from the 42nd Street Art Project, 1993

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Works from the 42nd Street Art Project, 1993

In the summer of 1993, Creative Time's 42nd Street Art Project transformed Manhattan’s Times Square into a bustling, 24/7 gallery of contemporary art. Works by twenty-five artists, architects, and designers transformed storefronts and display windows, billboards and theater marquees, security gates, and sidewalks.

For their participation in the project, John Ahearn and Rigoberto Torres converted a former Blimpies on the north side of 42nd Street into an art studio. Volunteers who wandered into their studio were cast in plaster, painted, and hung on the walls creating an art gallery of the world of 42nd street.

Works from the 42nd Street Art Project, 1993

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