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Art in the City

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The vibrant lifestyle in abundance with so few given areas. New York City. London. Hong Kong. Chicago. What makes location like these so special? That could be better stated, what makes these cities so life-like?
Cloud Gate - Anish Kapoor
Located in Chicago.
Compare the rural to the urban and your at risk to see stranger things. There is something about these cities that makes the people walk different. The stories are told differently. Why wouldn't it be? In the mass of the city, you see Man's architecture and everything that belongs to Man. A lack of earthly nature so you may behave freely. All surrounded by Man's story.
The Lippo Centre - Paul Rudolph
Hong Kong's architecture.
The walls that don't move that keeps the people the same. Rather yet, it's the effort of the appeal of the walls that reflects back into the people without a mirror. For the artwork not shown in daylight, must be appealed by an Opening or a visit to the gallery. And that too will be reflected into the heart of the people. The wonders of life-like concentration eventually comes to an end. Perhaps for the tourist. It will continue for the city folks. That is their lore.


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