Keep Deborah Kass’s sculpture “OY/YO” in Brooklyn Bridge Park! Make it permanent!

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Kyra McLeod
5 years ago
Because not enough women are represented in art

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Hailey Skye Dehler
5 years ago
I believe that it is a positive and inspiring work of public art

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Micaela Heck
5 years ago
I love this piece of art and believe it adds so much color and fun to the Dumbo waterfront. Please keep it!!

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Gabriela Godinho-Moxon
5 years ago
I'm signing because women artists should have the right to call the shots on what becomes public art, and making their mark on our landscapes and history. OY/YO is a comment that needs to stick around for discussion.

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Liz James
5 years ago
I support public art and female artists, and you should too!

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Andrew Boyd
5 years ago
I love this piece! Have only seen photos, but a visit is on my to-do list.

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Sally Anderson
5 years ago
It is so perfectly situated, and such a joyful reminder of why we love Brooklyn and Manhattan.

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kim levin
5 years ago
Too few women artists are on permanent view; this iconic conceptual sculpture by Deborah Kass speaks to communities in Manhattan and Brooklyn with subtlety, humor, and directness. It should definitely be permanent.

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Emily Reid
5 years ago
This deserves a permanent life on the waterfront!

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Richard Bennett
5 years ago
Oy Yo is now a major resident favorite pop art and a special must see tourist attraction located in beautiful Brooklyn Bridge Park/Dumbo! Deborah Kass' masterpiece is has the same vibe and urban edge ala Robert Indiana's iconic "Love" pop sculpture in Manhattan that is permanent public art for all. Let's make OY/YO permanent Art for NYC! Richard and Kiki Bennett, New York City.