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    Art Walk: Long Island City

    The New York Sun

    by The New York Sun

    Go on an outer borough cultural adventure. Long Island City is blessed with a dozen cultural institutions, of which you can visit several in a day. Start at the Socrates Sculpture Park, which sculptor Mark di Suvero founded to give artists a place to build large-scale, site-specific sculpture. Check out the Noguchi Museum, which holds several hundred of Isamu Noguchi’s works. The Fisher Landau Center for Art displays the private collection of Emily Fisher Landau, including works by Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, and Agnes Martin. Finish your day at P.S. 1, enjoying the sunset from James Turrell’s Skyspace.