The Whitney Museum’s Gansevoort Market Historic District art program gets another renewal

A popular public art program in New York City’s Gansevoort Market Historic District has been reauthorized for another decade.

The city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) voted 10–0 this week to approve an application from the Whitney Museum of American Art to continue its Public Art Series program, in which large-scale reproductions of artworks are temporarily mounted on the side of an apartment building across Gansevoort Street from the museum.

The commission first approved a program in 2015 that called for art to be displayed on the Gansevoort Street-facing side of The West Coast at 95 Horatio Street, a former cold storage warehouse completed in

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