New York City Street Art Makes the Viewer its Focus
Sculptures of photographers doggedly pursuing their subject—so much so that they have developed snouts and floppy ears—are positioned at the intersection of West Eighth Street, Avenue of the Americas, and Greenwich Avenue (AKA the Ruth Wittenberg Triangle). More formally known as the Paparazzi Dogs, they have appeared at different locations in New York City. They are the work of the artists known as Gillie and Marc.
Like street art in New York City? Have you seen these?
- Extraneous Learning at Duarte Square
- The South Street Seaport’s Titanic Memorial Lighthouse
- Art and Bustle in Little Italy
- Manhattan Blue Man
- Le Penseur Two Ways
- Heightened Awareness