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Look Up, Not Down, 2005, Glass Mosaics on mezzanine walls
By Ellen Harvey

It consists of various walls on the mezzanine that have been tiled to show what the skyline from street level looks like. Most of the walls are sky blue tile but lining the bottom of them is mosaic that looks like various buildings. The Midtown skyline is visible, nice and small. The biggest building is the Citigroup tower, which was the tallest in Queens when the art installation was designed and installed (which is becoming the third tallest building after the opening of Skyline tower and Queens Plaza Park, both residential towers nearby in 2019 and 2021) not all that far from the subway station. Most of the roofs though look like warehouses.

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