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January 05, 2005
Photoblogging public art in Central Park
Jason Kottke suggests that "The Gates" project in Central Park (think saffron-colored fabric draped all over the park during a two-week period in February) will be "the most photoblogged event ever." The $20 million public art project is an attempt to create "a visual golden river appearing and disappearing through the bare branches of the trees, highlighting the shapes of the footpaths."
posted by Dominic Basulto |
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