NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
At the Eighth Avenue subway station, sewer alligators are not an urban legend.
Anyone who’s been through the 14th St./Eighth Ave. station has probably seen the bronze gator sculpture — and probably wondered what it means and why it’s there.
The underground gators — along with dozens of other whimsical creatures — are part of the permanent art installation housed at the intersection of the A,C,E, and L lines...
Published on the occasion of the exhibition Dick Polich: Transforming Metal Into Art, curated by Daniel Belasco, on display from August 27- December 14, 2014 at The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, State University of New York at New Paltz.
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