PUBLIC ART PROGRAMS IN NEW YORK CITY: THE CETA TILE MURALS AT CLARK STREET

Title

PUBLIC ART PROGRAMS IN NEW YORK CITY: THE CETA TILE MURALS AT CLARK STREET

Subject

The CETA tile murals at the IRT Clark Street subway station in Brooklyn, NY.

Description

In the 1970s and 1980s the CETA (Comprehensive Employment and Training Act) Art Program hired artists to create public art. One such project in New York City was the two tile murals in the arcade of the IRT station at Clark Street, Brooklyn. This article describes the work done by the three artists, Alan Samalin, Johan Sellenraad and Joe Stallone from start to finish.

Creator

Michael W. Padwee (1942-

Source

http://tilesinnewyork.blogspot.com/2013/04/public-art-programs-in-new-york-city.html

Publisher

"Tiles in New York" blog (http://tilesinnewyork.blogspot.com)

Date

April 1, 2013

Contributor

Joe Stallone, Johan Sellenraad

Rights

©2013 Michael W. Padwee. All rights reserved. May be downloaded for individual, non-commercial use only.

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Citation

Michael W. Padwee (1942-, “PUBLIC ART PROGRAMS IN NEW YORK CITY: THE CETA TILE MURALS AT CLARK STREET,” Tile Research Articles, accessed July 23, 2017, http://tileresearcharticles.omeka.net/items/show/32.