Artwalks in New York

Artwalks in New York

by Marina Harrison, Lucy D. Rosenfeld

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Library Journal - Library Journal
New York's five boroughs offer an abundance of accessible public art exhibits, available free or for minimal admission fees. The authors have selected 26 choice walking itineraries, ranging from tours of the World Trade Center at the tip of Manhattan, to the Bronx's Wave Hill and Staten Island's Snug Harbor, each of which offers a unique artistic experience. All sites are accessible by public transportation, and directions are given on how to reach them. Emphasis is on such lesser-known gems as the Cloisters. Discerning New Yorkers and visitors alike will find this a most enjoyable guide to many of the city's hidden treasures. Put on your walking shoes and enjoy. Recommended.--Howard E. Miller, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Missouri Lib., St. Louis

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