Artwalks in New York: Delightful Discoveries of Public Art and Gardens in Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, and Staten Island

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M. Kesend, 1994 - Art - 259 pages
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Since its debut in 1991, this inspired listing of 26 walks and hundreds of sites has been an essential reference -- and a source of constant delight -- for art lovers visiting New York City. Meticulously updated, this Second Edition reflects the city's ever changing art scene and this book directs ramblers through all five boroughs to unique vistas where art and artful gardens can be viewed at little or no cost.

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New York's five boroughs offer an abundance of accessible public art exhibits, available free or for minimal admission fees. The authors have selected 26 choice walking itineraries, ranging from tours ... Read full review

Contents

Around the World in Twenty Blocks
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BROOKLYN
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Art in the Lincoln Center Area
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Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Marina Harrison and Lucy D. Rosenfeld are the authors of eight guidebooks, including "Art on Site", "Green New Jersey", and "Gardenwalks".

Lucy D. Rosenfeld is the author of more than twenty-five books on art, travel, and architecture, including The Architect's Garden.

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