The Yellow Line

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1989
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“The Yellow Line,” a work created by Virginia artist Constance Fleures in 1989, is one of the oldest public art works commissioned by the DCCAH. Located at the Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro station, it was the first of many to be installed as part of the Art in Metro project. This electrifying wall sculpture features abstract geometric patterns, quick brush strokes and neon to convey high energy and rapid movement. The sculpture captures the force and speed of Yellow Line trains as they rush through the intricate geometry of the Metrorail system.

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DCArts
Location

Inside the Gallery Pl/Chinatown Metro Station, exit to H St. (Go inside to see!)

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