‘Subway Therapy’ pop-up on Lower East Side offers new chance to reflect

Break out those Sharpies New Yorkers. Post-it therapy is back.

Matthew “Levee” Chavez, the artist whose “Subway Therapy” project at the Union Square subway station gained notoriety after Election Day, has opened a pop-up location on the Lower East Side.

From now until Monday afternoon, people can head to 107 Norfolk St., between Rivington and Delancey streets, and post their messages for display.

Chavez began the project months before the election as a way for people to express their feelings and wishes, and it saw a huge reponse in the wake of a divisive election.

For nearly a month after Nov. 8, hundreds of thousands of people placed Post-its on the tiles at the subway station, including one by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, who ordered the notes to be preserved at the New-York Historical Society.

Stop by to post your thoughts – from the glum to the grand, the ho-hum to the hopeful – from 11 am. to 7 p.m. Thursday through Sunday and 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday.

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