Whose Writing Is on the Wall at the Museum? It Could Be Yours.

While preparing the wall text for a museum exhibition about New York City, the curator, Wendy Nalani E. Ikemoto, consulted an unlikely figure in the world of contemporary American art: a Central Park carriage driver.

She walked up to Nurettin Kirbiyik and his horse at a spot where carriages convene at the southern end of the park and showed him…

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