News Clip: Hudson Square Public Art Project Aims to Beautify Car-Clogged Streets

09/07/2011 in

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An exhibit by Brooklyn-based artist Maki Kaoru that was recently installed on fences on Varick and Canal streets will remain there for the next year, the Alliance for Downtown New York announced Friday.

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