Interview –  Last week, Central Park received a new piece of statuary courtesy of the Public Art Fund and delightfully droll British artist David Shrigley. Shrigley is best known for his painted works, which are like single-panel comics, and feature blunt phrases (“CUT OFF YOUR REDUNDANT PARTS,” “GOING NOWHERE”). For his first major piece of public art, he went 3-D and embraced one of art’s more misunderstood forms: the public memorial.  read more 

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