It’s a sculpture exhibition without any signs that say “keep off the art.”
In fact, Wyatt Kahn showed me exactly how the sculptures in his new public art exhibition are all about interacting with City Hall Park and the people who visit it.
He climbed up on one of the pieces located near the fountain in the park and used it as a chair.
“It’s pretty comfortable,” Kahn said, referencing one of the seven large scale sculptures at the park in downtown Manhattan.
This is the first public art exhibition for the Upper West Side native who now resides in Brooklyn. It’s called “Life in the Abstract” and is
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