Entries in immigrants (2)


A Walking Tour of Public Art: Financial District

Lower Manhattan is home to some of the oldest and most famous public works of art in New York, as it once was the center for immigration to the United States, and still provides access to the various islands around Manhattan.

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Photos And Review: Mata Ruda “Incurable Otherness” At The Schoolhouse

The basement of a former schoolhouse in Bushwick designed by an Irish immigrant in the 19th century was an appropriate setting for Brooklyn-based street artist Mata Ruda's first solo exhibition.

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