A little preserve for New York artists on West 24th Street, July 25. The plaque says:
This park is dedicated to the artists of the City of New York. It serves to recognize the substantial contributions of artists in shaping the life, history and significance of the city for those who struggle and achieve success, and for those who work in anonymity. This one square yard of green space is a place to put your feet in the grass as a respite from the surrounding tumult.
This park is open to all who have taken the chance to live and work in New York, the greatest art city in the world, all others, please keep off the grass.