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Christina Lihan-Flatiron Prow Art Space-Constructing from the Razor's Edge-NYC-003

Last night, a new exhibit tailor made for architecture buffs opened in the Flatiron Prow Art Space. “Constructing from the Razor’s Edge” by Christina Lihan features suspended paper cut-outs of New York City’s iconic buildings. You’ll recognize St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, the Guggenheim Museum, the walkups of Chinatown, the torch of the Statue of Liberty, the Flatiron Building (of course) and many more.

Christina Lihan-Flatiron Prow Art Space-Constructing from the Razor's Edge-NYC

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Read more about Lihan’s artistic process and some close-up shots of the buildings here. Next, read about the Top 10 Secrets of the Flatiron Building.

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