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Public Works Administration is a burgeoning arts space that will be located underground at the 50th Street station in Times Square. Focused on digital art, the gallery will unveil its first exhibition, “In Transit,” this Friday, May 20, from 6-10 p.m. EST.

Founded by Sam Black and Alison Sirico of marketing agency BLKMKT, the new gallery seeks to shine a light on an often overlooked corner of New York that thousands of commuters pass through every day. The inaugural exhibition will feature the highly sensory and frenetic artworks of Astrosuka, Peter Burr, Hypereikon, Sofja, Kitasavi and Yoshi Sodeoka.

Each dynamic artwork will be displayed against the gallery’s glass showcase in a way that inspires busy commuters to slow down and process the often-overlooked details of everyday life.

“In Transit” will be presented from May 20 to June 10. To accompany the opening, there will be special performances and programming throughout the exhibition. To attend, you must RSVP here.

Also set in New York, Jack Seibert presents “Life in an Ivory Tower.”

Administration of public works
1627 BroadwayNew York, NY 10019
(Enter through the 50th Street subway station)


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