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Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit
The Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit is a biannual outdoor art festival originated in 1931 by none other than Jackson Pollock, who, desperate for money, descended from his studio in Greenwich Village onto the sidewalks near Washington Square Park to sell his paintings. Now a popular showcase attended by artists from around the world, the Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit’s jury of artists curate exhibitors and award cash prizes in various categories.