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Madison Sq. Park's Art; Panoramic Views Of Iconic NYC Sites

MADISON SQUARE PARK—Coming this summer to Madison Square Park, three fanciful, life-sized powder-coated aluminum sculptures with applied surface illustration. The works by New York sculptor Rachel Feinstein will be on view from May 1 to September 7. The public art exhibition, entitled Follies, is named for structures that were popular in 18th and 19th century architecture built solely for amusement and ornamentation. [CurbedWire inbox]

TEMPLE COURT—In a comment posted on yesterday's Curbed Classics profile of abandoned early skyscraper Temple Court, a reader shared this link to a 360-degree view inside of the aging structure taken by photographer Sam Rohn. The interactive site highlights the atriums majesty and brings to light to all of its abandoned nooks and crannies in a way unfamiliar to most everybody these days. Rohn's site also features 360-degree panoramic photography inside the Kings County Distillery—New York City's oldest operating whiskey distillery—and, funny enough, inside the office of J. Crew's creative director Jenna Lyons. [CurbedWire CommentBox]