When Trump unveils new mural of Porter, it could set a new standard for public art in the US
Porter Park is a series of towering sculptures by artist Peter Porter.
The park, which is located in the Bronx, was opened in 2011 by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Now it’s being turned into a new public art project.
The sculpture, which features a pair of men kneeling on the ground, is set to go up on the north side of the park in the form of a pair in blue shorts, a pair with white shorts and a pair, also in blue, of men in black.
It’s one of four public art pieces by the artist, who is also known for his work on the subway and subway station walls.
A plaque is located on the west side of Porter Park, which also houses the park’s other public art projects.
“It’s a wonderful piece, the first piece of public art that I have ever done, that’s going to stand as a symbol of public trust and respect, and I’m excited to see it become a symbol for the city of New York,” Mayor Bill De Blasio said.
The public art was first unveiled in 2013, when de Blasio and his staff invited the artist to paint over the word “bully” on the front of the statue.
The words “I’m a bully,” was also added to the front.
In 2014, the city said the sculpture was no longer necessary, but the artist said the word was still visible.
The city then said it was going to paint the words “Porter” over the words.
The artist said in 2017 that he would be putting up a new piece to replace the word, which will also be a reminder of Porter’s death.
He has since gone back to painting over the “bull” word.