This public art piece, located on the Hawley-Green neighborhood, is an homage to all things temporary. Torgerson’s work has also been displayed in NYC and Minneapolis. She said the wheat paste works last from a few weeks to a few months, depending on the weather. Locally we’ve seen Torgersons’s pieces in Little Italy and Midtown.
Archive for May, 2013
Here are a few photos taken following this afternoon’s storm (near the office).
Again…the debate about what to do with Route I81 I(tear it down or repair) continues.
I saw this article about the use of vacant spaces under highways in Mexico City. This option (in rethinking) could form a Down Under Route Eighty-One (D.U.R.E.O) neighborhood.
We heard last week about a proposed maintenance fee that will be passed on to businesses along the Connective Corridor. Time will tell the effects such a levy would have on smaller firms. The vote is scheduled in a few weeks.
Here are some of the photographs from the Eastwood Memorial Day Parade Ceremony.
Today’s New York Times ran an article about the power and increased presence of former Rep. Anthony Weiner’s wife Huma Abedin. Weiner is running for Mayor of New York.