Artist to Install Major Art Installation Along Philly-to-NYC Amtrak Route

Photo by Stefan Klüter

Photo by Stefan Klüter

A stretch of industrial waste and suburban blight navigated by passengers on SEPTA, NJ Transit or Amtrak’s Philly-to-NYC rail corridor is getting a makeover, thanks to a new initiative from Mural Arts. The project, titled “psychylustro,” will feature murals from artist Katharina Grosse in seven locations along the passage, decorating warehouse walls, small buildings, and green spaces. Grosse’s art is intended for viewing from a train, so movement and time play heavily into the work. Grosse and her team of Berlin-based artists begin the installation process on April 29th, promising bold colors and design in lieu of the usual gray-on-gray palette.




Here's a site map of where the works will be located:

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  • matthew brandley

    Now to try and keep the usaul ghetto trash from taging it so people can enjoy looking at it instead of the usaul run down decrepit , collapsing homes and businesses that they refuse to upkeep