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My Urban Sky Installed in Lower Manhattan
Jen Magathan’s artwork has been installed on a DDC project on Water Street and Peck Slip in Downtown  Manhattan.
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Green Screen installed at 133 Greenwich, Manhattan
As part of the Re:Construction program, the Downtown Alliance installed Green Screen by Corinne Ulmann on a construction site in Lower Manhattan.
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Installation at City Point, Brooklyn
City Point has installed "BREATHING_WALL_UC" by Monika Bravo, on their sidewalk shed at 1 Dekalb Avenue in Brooklyn.
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urbancanvas Installed on Second Avenue
MTA has installed "Green Screen" by Corinne Ulmann, on Second Avenue between East 97th and East 96th Street as part of their ongoing efforts to improve the quality of life on the Second Avenue Subway project.
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urbancanvas Installed at CUNY in Harlemurbancanvas Installed at CUNY in Harlem
CUNY Hunter College’s School of Social Work chose "My Urban Sky" by artist Jen Magathan to wrap the safety equipment of their new building on Third Ave. between East 118th and 119th Streets.
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urbancanvas Installed at Atlantic Yardsurbancanvas Installed at Atlantic Yards
The first featured design at a construction site - "Color Mesh" by Brooklyn-based artist Mauricio Lopez - was installed Monday, October 25 on a 228-foot-long construction fence at the Atlantic Yards construction site in downtown Brooklyn.
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