Gallery: The Centre-Fuge Public Art Project Turns an East Village Const...

Construction in New York is endless. While scaffolding, cones and jackhammers have become part of the city’s natural scenery, a group of New Yorkers have taken to the streets to beautify one of the affected areas on the brink of the East Village and Lower East Side. John Neville and Pebbles Russell, two streetwise artists, are transforming a large gray construction trailer into a rotating outdoor gallery featuring the works of local artists on every surface of the structure. The Centre-Fuge public art project launches this week, and it will showcase a new artist every two months for at least the next year.

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