The Roy Lichtenstein mural you’ve got to see before it’s destroyed

Somewhere in Chelsea, a 96-foot-wide mural designed by late pop artist Roy Lichtenstein is being recreated under a curious condition. The mural cannot be bought or sold, and, after five weeks, will be destroyed, like the original was after its exhibition in 1983. See the modern resurrection of the work three decades later at Gagosian Gallery - running from September 10 to October 17 at 555 West 24th Street. Learn about the artists behind the work over at the Wall Street Journal

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