Sunday, October 09, 2011

Artists Occupy Wall Street for a 24-Hour Show

Artists Occupy Wall Street for a 24-Hour Show

People mill about the exhibit named  "No Comment," a show with a wide variety of politically themed art at the former building of JP Morgan & Co.   Robert Stolarik for The New York Times
People mill about the exhibit named  “No Comment,” a show with a wide variety of politically themed art at the former building of JP Morgan & Co.
One of the works shown during "No Comment," a politically themed art show located across from the New York Stock Exchange.Robert Stolarik for The New York TimesOne of the works shown during “No Comment,” a politically themed art show located across from the New York Stock Exchange.
Two unidentified men hang a piece during the "No Comment" art exhibit in the former JP Morgan & Co. headquarters.Robert Stolarik for The New York TimesTwo unidentified men hang a piece during the “No Comment” art exhibit in the former JP Morgan & Co. headquarters.

For weeks, a growing collection of protesters have tried to get their grievances heard on Wall Street — even if the police have prevented them from establishing a physical presence on the fabled street.

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