This summer, you should check out these two group exhibitions in New York that hide some serious surprises.
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If you're in NYC this summer, these 4 artwors are 100% worth visiting on your lunch break.
A rhino sculpture that's not about the rhino sculpture.
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Daniel Canogar's latest high-tech artworks are mesmerizing digital paintings and seductive sculptural forms.
A not-to-miss art installation in a shipping container in Brooklyn.
Hiding in the Lower East Side are 4 magical artworks in two different group shows that are even more surprising with closer inspection.