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The Color Factory Uses Color Inspired by New York City

 - Jul 27, 2018
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New York may be best known for its grey sidewalks and glass buildings, but the Color Factory collaborative exhibit aims to inject some vivid color in the NYC landscape. Showcased first in San Francisco, the Color Factory will now call a 20,000 square-foot space in the heart of Soho. Much like its San Francisco showing, this New York iteration will feature both Local and national artists and will invite visitors to explore and appreciate the joy of being surrounded by vibrant colors.

Within the exhibit, visitors will observe pieces inspired by the colors of the city in an immersive and expansive space. However, the artwork doesn't simply end at the exhibition as attendees will be given an NYC neighborhood map which showcases locations with over 20 color experiences located throughout Manhattan.

Image Credit: The Color Factory