Papercut art unveiled at Grand Central Station
The MTA Tuesday introduced a new exhibit in Grand Central Terminal's lightboxes from four artists who specialize in papercutting.
The centennial of Grand Central Terminal inspired the works in "On Paper/Grand Central at 100" from artists Laura Cooperman, Rob Ryan, Xin Song and Thomas Witte. Their work evokes the rush of commuting, the modernization of Grand Central and the station's famous ceiling.
"The quality of the work by the artists in this exhibition is stunning and in keeping with the architectural heritage of this beloved place," said Sandra Bloodworth, director of MTA Arts for Transit and Urban Design.
The exhibit is located in the lower level Dining Concourse and will be on view through September 2014.