Public Art to Ease the Anxiety of Waiting

D’Angelo Lovell Williams, “Undetectable” (2020) installed at Fulton Street and Jay Street, Brooklyn, as part of Art on the Grid (artwork courtesy the artist and Higher Pictures Generation/Janice Guy; all images courtesy Public Art Fund, NY photo by Nicholas Knight) For the past few months, art, like everything else amid the pandemic, has largely had to be experienced outdoors. Fortunately, the Public Art Fund, always working in public space, was uniquely prepared for this moment. For their exhibition Art on the Grid , 50 artists created work reflecting on the pandemic, the ongoing protests against anti-Black racism, and themes […]


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