“Life Underground” is an assembly of little bronze sculptures within the 14th Street / Eight Avenue station (A,C,E,L trains) in Manhattan, created in 1998 by Tom Otterness and purchased by the MTA’s Arts for Transit program. from the MTA website: “…The scores of figures created by Tom Otterness to Life Underground invigorate and transform the transit environment into… Read More NYC. Manhattan. 14th Street / Eight Avenue station. Life Underground by Tom Otterness.
these are a few of the many little bronze sculptures of ‘the real world’, which are permanently installed within the nelson a. rockefeller park in lower manhattan’s battery park city. the real world – created by the controversial artist tom ottnerness – is also known as ‘penny park’.
dekalb market in downtown brooklyn – a market made of old shipping containers one of the little bronze sculptures by tom otterness at the 14th street / 8th avenue subway station a visit to coney island on a rainy afternoon lower manhattan seen from brooklyn bridge park at rockaway beach // “And it was to… Read More nyc. i heart you.