Image by Geoffrey Dunbar

35 Times—Toby Buonagurio – Subway art 10

MTA Times Square Station Art

These are like spooky Tiffany windows, maybe 16 inches square, lit on the inside, improvisations on how to have New York-style fun while actually in New York. They are glazed ceramic, brightly coloured, full of chunky figures, objects, words and letters associated with a New Years Eve bash. Jazzy. Clown-faced. Their placement mimics the rhythm of speeding passers-by.

Mostly located around the Shuttle and BMT line mezzanines.

There are five other installations in this station, one each by Jacob Lawrence, Roy Lichenstein, Blackford and Fisher, Jack Beal and Jane Dickson, and it is a challenge to find them all.

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Address

191 West 42nd Street, New York

Opening Times

24 hours daily
Last Changed Date: 2016-05-19 11:45:13 +0200 (Thu, 19 May 2016)