WALKING TOURS OF THE LOWER EAST SIDE OFFERED IN CONJUNCTION WITH ELEMENTS OF COMPOSITION PROJECT
New York, NY 10002
Thursdays-Sundays, September 29-October 16
Tours depart from the historic Essex Street Market (southeast corner of Essex and Delancey Streets)
Bik Van der Pol’s two-part commission consists of a massive text piece—the phrase “As Above, So Below” painted on the surface of a parking lot adjacent to the historic Essex Street Market and designed to be read from above—as well as a series of walking tours that lead visitors around the Lower East Side to consider the past, present, and future of the built environment in three dimensions.
Walking tours depart the Bik Van der Pol exhibition space in the historic Essex Street Market daily; please check the calendar at the information desk for times and details.
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Please see website for tour schedule and program updates: http://www.bikvanderpol.net/?book=1&page=2052
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