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New Photography Exhibit Opens In Bowling Green Subway Station

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Straphangers can now enjoy some art while in the subway.

MTA Arts for Transit installed a new photography exhibit called "Edge of Manhattan" at the Bowling Green 4-5 Station.

Photographer Jay Fine focused the exhibit on the sights and scenes of Lower Manhattan and New York Harbor.

It has already become a popular attraction for straphangers.

The photos are part of the MTA's Lightbox Project, which features the work of photographers in the Grand Central Dining Concourse, the Bryant Park-42nd Street station, the Atlantic Avenue station and the Bowling Green station. ClientIP:, UserAgent: CCBot/2.0 ( Profile: TWCSAMLSP