CULTURE & ARTS
05/22/2013 11:16 am ET

Tour Carol Bove's 'Caterpillar' On The Last Unopened Stretch Of Manhattan's High Line Park

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Since its opening in 2009, Manhattan’s High Line—an elevated city park built on a reclaimed Depression-era industrial railroad line—has featured, along its meandering length, a constantly rotating display of artworks. These sculptures, billboards, performances, and installations are chosen by Cecilia Alemani, the curator of High Line Art, and have been a core element in the park’s popularity.

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