On Friday, July 31, 2015 the Chinese Culture Foundation of San Francisco unveiled a public art installation by artist Beili Liu, of 50,000 mylar "bricks" which were hot glued to the existing bricks of San Francisco's Portsmouth Square Sky Bridge, the finale for the Central Subway Temporary Art Project. Dancers and community leaders gathered to kick off the installation which is scheduled to be on the bridge through the end of August, 2015. (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)

“Sky Bridge” art installation unveiled

On Friday, July 31, 2015 the Chinese Culture Foundation of San Francisco unveiled a public art installation by artist Beili Liu, of 50,000 mylar “bricks” which were hot glued to the existing bricks of San Francisco’s Portsmouth Square Sky Bridge, the finale for the Central Subway Temporary Art Project. Dancers and community leaders gathered on the bridge to kick off the installation which is scheduled to be up through the end of August, 2015. (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)

On Friday, July 31, 2015 the Chinese Culture Foundation of San Francisco unveiled a public art installation by artist Beili Liu, of 50,000 mylar "bricks" which were hot glued to the existing bricks of San Francisco's Portsmouth Square Sky Bridge, the finale for the Central Subway Temporary Art Project. Dancers and community leaders gathered to kick off the installation which is scheduled to be on the bridge through the end of August, 2015. (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)

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On Friday, July 31, 2015 the Chinese Culture Foundation of San Francisco unveiled a public art installation by artist Beili Liu, of 50,000 mylar "bricks" which were hot glued to the existing bricks of San Francisco's Portsmouth Square Sky Bridge, the finale for the Central Subway Temporary Art Project. Dancers and community leaders gathered to kick off the installation which is scheduled to be on the bridge through the end of August, 2015. (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)

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