Gallery: Let There Be Light: Low Line Exhibit Now Open at Mark Miller G...

"Let There Be Light," an exhibit exploring what could be the next High Line, but underground, opened on Sunday, April 1st, at Mark Miller Gallery in Manhattan's Lower East Side. The Delancey Underground, often referred to as the "Low Line," was co-founded by designer James Ramsey of Raad Studio and social entrepreneur Dan Barasch. Their aim is to transform an abandoned trolley terminal beneath Delancey Street into a public park. To get an idea of how the two plan to create this cutting edge new green space, be sure to visit the exhibition that features drawings, 3D models, photographs, and a life-size rendering of the potential park. If you love this idea as much as we do, you definitely want to check out the exhibit before the end of the month!

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