1. Posted on 21 September, 2012

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    If you’re in N.Y.C. and have a free hour this weekend, head to the Lower East Side for “Imagining the Lowline,” a visionary exhibit in an abandoned warehouse on Essex and Broome. The exhibit is really just an amuse-bouche, a showcase for the real thing: it’s there to help you imagine what it might be like to step into the world’s first underground park.

Meghan O’Rourke visits “Imagining the Lowline,” and explores the plan behind the underground park: http://nyr.kr/QFqDE8
Image courtesy of RAAD.

    If you’re in N.Y.C. and have a free hour this weekend, head to the Lower East Side for “Imagining the Lowline,” a visionary exhibit in an abandoned warehouse on Essex and Broome. The exhibit is really just an amuse-bouche, a showcase for the real thing: it’s there to help you imagine what it might be like to step into the world’s first underground park.

    Meghan O’Rourke visits “Imagining the Lowline,” and explores the plan behind the underground park: http://nyr.kr/QFqDE8

    Image courtesy of RAAD.

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