Thursday, September 27, 2012

☞ READ: Harlem Hospital Murals in the Times

Some of the Harlem Hospitals historic murals from the 1930s are digitally replicated on the facade of the institution's new wing but the Times reveals that a gallery within with the actual restored works will let the public see the originals for the first time.  The Mural Pavilion at Lenox and 136th Street will eventually display the works from the original hospital building which took over $4 million to restore.  About $400,000 is still need to finish up the last piece so any charitable benefactors of the arts should read this Times article: LINK

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