Here’s what the Untapped Staff is reading in the HQ today:

  • Artist Chuck Close gives tour of his Second Avenue subway art [amNewYork]: New York City-based artist Chuck Close, known for his large-scale portraits, gave a guided tour of his 12 pieces of mosaics and tile works, featuring artists such as Kara Walker, Lou Reed, and Cecily Brown, at the Second Avenue-86th Street subway station.
  • Whitney Museum wants to bring a permanent art installation to the Hudson River [Curbed NY]: Less than a week after billionaire Barry Diller announced that he was pulling his support for a “floating park” at Pier 55 designed by Thomas Heatherwick, the Whitney Museum has surfaced plans for its own permanent Hudson River installation, not far from where Pier 55 would’ve taken shape, reports The New York Times.

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