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Here’s the real underground art movement

By Guest Contributor
March 18, 2011

By Ayana Morali

Thought your routine trip to the subway vending machines was only useful to trek you to and from the office?  You might want to think twice before chucking your next expired monthly pass.  Two New York City artists have found a more inspired use for what most use as simple wallet liner.  Jean-Pierre Roy and Michael Kagan return this year in their second installment of all things metro card.  Their annual exhibit, Single Fare, is now showing through March 26th at the Sloan Fine Art Gallary on the Lower East Side.  All the pieces are priced at $100 with talent ranging from grad students to established artists in the New York City scene.  Watch the video to hear Jean-Pierre and Michael talk about the project:

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