Imagine ~ if Yoko Ono did an MTA Art Mural on 72nd Street & Central Park West

 

 

yoko ono at 72nd street

……..And imagine if Yoko Ono created this mural in a subway station adjacent to The Dakota, where she shared her life with husband John Lennon from 1973 until his death, and where she still lives today.

The 72nd Street B/C Subway Station, undergoing a major renovation, just reopened with six mosaic panels spread throughout the station from 70th Street to 72nd Street, created by Yoko Ono.

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MTA Arts & Design installs New, Permanent Artwork along Brooklyn’s Culver Line (F Train)

 

 

Artist Andrea Belag, “Brooklyn Transitions” Image via MTA Arts & Design

Nine stations on the Culver line (F train) in Brooklyn have re-opened with new MTA Arts & Design Projects, in laminated glass and metal, by eight different artists. Using the theme of the multicultural neighborhood surrounding each station, the artists created colorful permanent artworks mimicking the people who stand on these platforms every day. Below are the eight stations and their new, permanent art installations.

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