Curbed New York 

New York's Best Public Art Installations

"Deborah Kass’s new sculpture on Brooklyn Bridge Park’s waterfront can mean different things depending on which way you choose to read it. The letters ‘O’ and ‘Y’ are placed beside each other, each crafted from a bright yellow painted aluminum. The OY/YO sculpture signifies the popular Yiddish expression ‘Oy’ (as in Oy Vey!), the popular urban slang phrase ‘Yo,’and the Spanish translation of ‘I am.’ Through August 2016" - Ameena Walker

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