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An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba (Credit: Getty Images)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba called art project DIARIO (atraves de um OLHO BAIANO) is unveiled in Times Square. Borba is creating a blocklong installation in Times Square using orange street barriers and other recycled materials. (Oct. 14, 2012)

DIARIO art installation by Bel Borba in NYC

An art installation by Brazilian public artist Bel Borba called DIARIO (altraves de um Olho Baiano) in Times Square.

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba
(Credit: Getty Images)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba called art project DIARIO (atraves de um OLHO BAIANO) is unveiled in Times Square. Borba is creating a blocklong installation in Times Square using orange street barriers and other recycled materials. (Oct. 14, 2012)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba
(Credit: Getty Images)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba called art project DIARIO (atraves de um OLHO BAIANO) is unveiled in Times Square. Borba is creating a blocklong installation using orange street barriers and other recycled materials. (Oct. 14, 2012)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba
(Credit: Getty Images)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba called art project DIARIO (atraves de um OLHO BAIANO) is unveiled in Times Square. Borba is creating a blocklong installation using orange street barriers and other recycled materials. (Oct. 14, 2012)

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An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba
(Credit: Getty Images)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba called art project DIARIO (atraves de um OLHO BAIANO) is unveiled in Times Square. Borba is creating a blocklong installation using orange street barriers and other recycled materials. (Oct. 14, 2012)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba
(Credit: Getty Images)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba called art project DIARIO (atraves de um OLHO BAIANO) is unveiled in Times Square. Borba is creating a blocklong installation using orange street barriers and other recycled materials. (Oct. 14, 2012)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba
(Credit: Getty Images)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba called art project DIARIO (atraves de um OLHO BAIANO) is unveiled in Times Square. Borba is creating a blocklong installation using orange street barriers and other recycled materials. (Oct. 14, 2012)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba
(Credit: Getty Images)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba called art project DIARIO (atraves de um OLHO BAIANO) is unveiled in Times Square. Borba is creating a blocklong installation using orange street barriers and other recycled materials. (Oct. 14, 2012)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba
(Credit: Getty Images)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba called art project DIARIO (atraves de um OLHO BAIANO) is unveiled in Times Square. Borba is creating a blocklong installation using orange street barriers and other recycled materials. (Oct. 14, 2012)

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An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba
(Credit: Getty Images)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba called art project DIARIO (atraves de um OLHO BAIANO) is unveiled in Times Square. Borba is creating a blocklong installation using orange street barriers and other recycled materials. (Oct. 14, 2012)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba
(Credit: Getty Images)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba called art project DIARIO (atraves de um OLHO BAIANO) is unveiled in Times Square. Borba is creating a blocklong installation using orange street barriers and other recycled materials. (Oct. 14, 2012)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba
(Credit: Getty Images)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba called art project DIARIO (atraves de um OLHO BAIANO) is unveiled in Times Square. Borba is creating a blocklong installation using orange street barriers and other recycled materials. (Oct. 14, 2012)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba
(Credit: Getty Images)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba called art project DIARIO (atraves de um OLHO BAIANO) is unveiled in Times Square. Borba is creating a blocklong installation using orange street barriers and other recycled materials. (Oct. 14, 2012)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba
(Credit: Getty Images)

An art installation by Brazilian artist Bel Borba called art project DIARIO (atraves de um OLHO BAIANO) is unveiled in Times Square. Borba is creating a blocklong installation using orange street barriers and other recycled materials. (Oct. 14, 2012)

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