Seeking a level playing field for artists in midst of sky-high rents

Patrons gaze at a work by graffiti artist Angel Ortiz (LA Roc) in the lobby of New York's 29 West 39th Street, April 17. The work, "Electrocat," was curated by the Building Art Curatorial Program, which offers established and emerging artists temporary exhibition space in commercial building lobbies. (AP Photo/Ula Inytzky)





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