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A pedestrian walks past a pay phone advertising the New Museum's "NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star" exhibit. The New Museum has launched an exhibit called "NYC 1993," which fills five floors with works by more than 75 different artists. But the interesting part is how they've taken their show to the streets, with 5,000 payphones outfitted with stickers that say "1-855-FOR-1993."

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