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Waking, by Gilbert & George, was on view from September 3 to October 1, 2013. Photo by Timothy Schenck

Waking - High Line Art

The London-based artists Gilbert & George are recreating their 1984 "Waking" painting on a billboard by the side of the High Line in New York City.

Untitled (zebras), by Paola Pivi, was on view from December 3, 2012 to January 2, 2013. Photo by Austin Kennedy

Untitled (zebras), by Paola Pivi, was on view from December 2012 to January Photo by Austin Kennedy

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Shelf Still Life, by artist Jonas Wood, is the installment in the High Line Billboard series. It is on view January through February at West Street and Avenue. Photo by Timothy Schenck

How Are You Feeling?, by David Shrigley, was on view from April 5 to May 7, 2012. Photo by Austin Kennedy

, by David Shrigley, was on view from April 5 to May Photo by Austin Kennedy

Guide to Chelsea, NYC's best galleries, restaurants, and events

Chelsea, NYC neighborhood guide

Chelsea, New York, guide: The best of the neighborhood

austin kennedy - high line, john baldessari & marian goodman gallery & friends of the high line

High Line – courtesy John Baldessari & Marian Goodman Gallery & Friends of the High Line – photo Austin Kennedy

Latest HIGH LINE BILLBOARD by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari for Toilet Paper | The High Line Blog

toilet paper billboard for the high line

No Title (Safe He Called...), by Raymond Pettibon, was on view from June 3 to July 1, 2013. Photo by Timothy Schenck

No Title (Safe He Called.), by Raymond Pettibon, was on view from June 3 to July Photo by Timothy Schenck

'Groovin High' mural at Highline Park, NYC

'Groovin High' by acclaimed artist Faith Ringgold is on view at West Street. Ringgold's joyful work, the installment on High Line Billboard, will be up through June

Artodyssey: Cesar Santander

Cesar Santander Cesar received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree and a Master of Fine Arts Degree from Pratt Institute in New York.

Postman Cheval’s ideal palace

Postman Cheval’s ideal palace

John Wesley's "Nine Female Inmates of the Cincinnati Workhouse Participating in a Patriotic Tableau" is on view at West 18th Street through January 5.  Photo by Timothy Schenck

John Wesley's "Nine Female Inmates of the Cincinnati Workhouse Participating in a Patriotic Tableau" is on view at West Street through January Photo by Timothy Schenck

Faith Ringgold's "Groovin High." Photo by Timothy Schenck

Photo by Timothy Schenck

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Irish poet Seamus Heaney's last words ("Don't be afraid / Noli timere") by Maser. Painted this for Good People in Hard Times.

skellaten: honeychurch: Seamus Heaney’s last words: ”Don’t be afraid” (Noli timere), painted by Dublin artist Maser Spam my insta and ill spam yours back!

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