Main | Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Subway Art:Lichtenstein

This original Roy Lichtenstein futuristic take on train travel, Times Square Mural, logically sits in the main concourse underneath Times Square, in what might be the largest open space anywhere in the New York City subway system. The work is 6 feet high and 53 feet long, which must be why I didn't get the whole thing into the frame. Times Square Mural was commissioned by the MTA and was presented to the city as a gift from the artist. It's perhaps my favorite piece of subway art.

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