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44 views • April 21, 2018

David Bowie ‘Subway Takeover’ in NYC Gives Fans a Chance to Reminisce

Sydney Wang
NYC’s Broadway-Lafayette/Bleecker Street subway station has a new theme this week. This “subway takeover” features British rocker David Bowie who lived in New York for 20 years until his death in 2016. The new installation coincides with the Brooklyn Museum’s “David Bowie Is” exhibit. The museum exhibit has been touring the world and New York is its last stop. In addition to the subway art there are 250,000 MetroCards with 5 David Bowie photos on them sold only at this station. The art will be up through May 13. The MetroCards will be available while supplies last.
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