Jackson Avenue and
Westchester Avenue


George Crespo
Latin American Stories, 2006
MTA Arts for Transit









As an installation artist and an author illustrator of children’s books, George Crespo decided to use this installation as a way to tell a story.  His images represent stories from six different areas of Latin America: The Condor Prince from Peru; How the Birds Brought the Rain, from Mexico; The King That Wanted to Touch the Moon, from Dominica; How the Sea Began, from The Dominican Republic and Maria Cenicienta: A Puerto Rican Cinderella.

As they await their trains, commuters at the Jackson Avenue Station will be transported to another time by these childhood stories. 


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