Andy Goes to Market

Andy Warhol Statue in Union Square, New York

Immediately to the north of Union Square, on what used to be a part of Broadway but now furnished with tables, umbrellas, and planting, a ten-foot tall chrome statue of Andy Warhol by artist Rob Pruitt, strolls toward the Union Square farmers market, shopping bag in hand. Congratulations to the Department of Traffic and their NYC Plaza Program for helping to turn the Big Apple into a more friendly city by transforming this, and dozens of other expanses of underused asphalt, into much appreciated public space.

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