What’s a BLP? BLPS are black pill-shaped interventions placed throughout New York by artist Richard Artschwager. These marks have been carefully installed along The High Line park, The Whitney Museum’s new construction site (one block south of The Standard) and on The Standard, High Line herself. In celebration of these BLPS, The Whitney, The Standard and The Friends of The High Line invite you to participate in a collective documentation project … but first you have to find them.
To learn more details & all the “secret” spots where you can encounter these blps – watch this:
How to win:
Now through February 3, 2013, take photos of BLPS you encounter along the High Line, on the Whitney Museum’s building uptown, or on our windows and email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Randomly selected submissions will be posted to the Whitney Museum’s website, Tumblr and Facebook page, on The Standard, High Line Facebook page & Standard Hotels Tumblr and on the Friends of the High Line Facebook.
All participants will be entered into a drawing for the a chance to win a one-night stay at The Standard, High Line, a year membership at The Whitney, a yearlong member of Friends of the High Line, and a limited-edition High Line Art tote bag.
Richard Artschwager, blp, 2012. Presented by High Line Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Photo: Austin Kennedy. Courtesy the artist, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and Friends of the High Line.
Some more rules below: (complete list of rules & regulations, click here.)
Now go out there, find these blps, take a picture & send it to us! Happy Snapping!