"Arts For Transit" App Makes NYC Subways More Cultural (But Still As Dirty)

If, as Simon and Garfunkel once said, the "words of the prophets are written on the subway walls", don't you want to know whom to attribute the quote to?  Learn about art from NYC's subway system with a new app.

Not just about riding the rails, NYC's underground hosts a spectrum of artistic works, from disembodied mosaic hats to giant bronze fossils to pop art installments, as well as the usual array of who or whatever may be lurking beneath the city.

Search for artwork by train line or by artist, listen to podcasts, or verify that strange statue was actually where you thought it was, and you weren't just drunkenly hallucinating after happy hour at a Thai bar on 9th avenue.

The app includes official installations only, so, not your grafitti masterpiece, L0ZER#1.

It only gets crazier from here.

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