The city invested $6 million in the revamped, 9,500-square-foot space.
The new program creates opportunities for artists, building owners, and communities to create site-specific artworks on the 300+ miles of protective structures across the five boroughs.
The renovation project will make the building fully ADA compliant and modernize the lobby and corridors for The Clemente’s 70,000 annual visitors.
Explore the installation of 40+ images of public art at City Hall in celebration of the 40th anniversary of New York's landmark Percent for Art program.
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