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Quick: When was the last time you went north of Sheep's Meadow? If you don't have an answer to that question, you're missing out on some of the best (and least tourist-y) parts of Central Park. And it's about to get even better with the debut of Drifting in Daylight, an art exhibition that WWD reports is funded in part by Calvin Klein Collection.
"Eight artists have conjured eight alluring, challenging interpretations of our everyday park experience," Cara Starke of Creative Time (the public arts organization responsible for the exhibit) told the paper. "Drifting in Daylight invites the public on a springtime stroll of artworks that punctuate and playfully mimic New York's urban oasis."
The exhibit opens on May 15th and runs on Fridays and Saturdays from noon to 6pm through June 20th.