East River Sculpture Gives Dual Shout Out

A new sculpture near the East River is spelling out different greetings to visitors.

But it's all a matter of perspective.

The bright yellow aluminum sculpture says "Yo" when seen from Manhattan.

But it says "Oy" when seen from Brooklyn.

The piece was created by artist Deborah Kass.

It went up this week in Brooklyn Bridge Park's Main Street Lawn, and will remain there through next August.

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