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This gallery contains a variety of versions of what started out as a architectural computer assist line drawing of the underground subway map of upper and lower Manhattan. The original drawing has been abstracted in a variety of ways, color versions and textural effects that have been applied to these artworks. Integrated into some of these artworks are faux picture frames, a few of them based on details of an actual New York Subway Map. In two others are impressions of Piet Mondrian's 1943 painting, "Broadway Boogie Woogie," which was inspired by a street map of Manhattan and African-American blues music.
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