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The Painted Butts of Delancey Street
Here are some wacky stool samples for your early morning pleasure.
Get your mind outta the gutter! We’re not talking about fecal sourcing, rather the strange collection of colorful shiny urethane butts currently sitting in a vacant Delancey storefront. One pair is even engaged in coital activity. How cheeky.
This hole-in-the-wall space, saddled between the doomed Lighting Craftsman and a high-end boutique, is the temporary satellite outpost for Lower East Side gallery newcomer Ramiken Crucible. Their permanent location is at the former Grand Spa location at 389 Grand Street. Romanian-born Andra Ursuta is the artist behind the installation, and it’s certainly attracted a fair share of eyeballs with its overtly-sexual nature.
The bootylicious display runs through the end of the month.