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Bullhorns, Ketchup and Choristers Find ‘Common Ground’ at City Hall Park This Summer

Paul McCarthy, 'Daddies Tomato Ketchup' (2001). (Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Digital rendering, courtesy Public Art Fund)

The Public Art Fund announced today its summer exhibitions, which will include a group show, “Common Ground,” in City Hall Park with a 30-foot-tall inflatable sculpture of a ketchup bottle by Paul McCarthy, impromptu gatherings of singing choir boys and a bullhorn that will be activated once daily with a positive message. In parks elsewhere around the city, as Carol Vogel of The New York Times reported, Paola Pivi and Oscar Tuazon will create site-specific works. Read More