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Based on the corner of East Houston Street and Mott Street the Guggenheim have collaborated with the Public Art Fund, artist Peter Fischli, and Guggenheim curators Nancy Spector and Nat Trotman, to create this awesome

New York’s Public Art fund brings renowned Swiss artist duo Peter Fischli and David Weiss’s iconic How to Work Better mural to to the corner of Mott Street and Houston Street in Manhattan’s NoHo district

New York’s Public Art fund brings renowned Swiss artist duo Peter Fischli and David Weiss’s iconic How to Work Better mural to to the corner of Mott Street and Houston Street in Manhattan’s NoHo district

An iconic mural towers over the intersection of New York’s Houston and Mott Streets, a 50-foot-tall piece produced in tandem with the Guggenheim’s exhibition “Peter Fischli and David Weiss: How to …

An iconic mural towers over the intersection of New York’s Houston and Mott Streets, a 50-foot-tall piece produced in tandem with the Guggenheim’s exhibition “Peter Fischli and David Weiss: How to …

SMART GIRLS ARE PRETTY    I took this at the “Old School” on Mott Street and I agree completely!

SMART GIRLS ARE PRETTY I took this at the “Old School” on Mott Street and I agree completely!

Funeral procession in New York circa 1905. "Mott Street." click to enlarge to see wonderful details.

Funeral procession in New York circa 1905. "Mott Street." click to enlarge to see wonderful details.

15 WTF Moments From Last Night’s Episode Of American Horror Story: Freak Show

15 WTF Moments From Last Night’s Episode Of American Horror Story: Freak Show

Peter Fischli David Weiss, How to Work Better, 1991. Presented by Public Art Fund. On view at Houston and Mott Streets, New York City, February–May 2016. Photo: Jason Wyche, courtesy Public Art Fund, NY

Peter Fischli David Weiss, How to Work Better, 1991. Presented by Public Art Fund. On view at Houston and Mott Streets, New York City, February–May 2016. Photo: Jason Wyche, courtesy Public Art Fund, NY

"Dead ends do not exist... they are merely turning points." - Chris Mott - Mottivation

"Dead ends do not exist... they are merely turning points." - Chris Mott - Mottivation

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