Earlier today, The Commercial Observer posted images of building artwork in an effort to sharpen your memory and give you the opportunity to prove your worth as a broker, or, for that matter, an art snob. After the jump, the answers you’ve been awaiting all day.
Designed by the architect Renzo Piano, the building at 620 Eighth Avenue is popularly known for its primary tenant, The New York Times.
The art, below, is called Moveable Type by the artists Ben Rubin and Mark Hansen. The digital installation reflects the movement of news in the New York Times building lobby by pulling sentences and phrases from the newspaper’s databases.