There was a minor uproar in December when Lincoln Center announced that Richard Lippold’s Orpheus and Apollo, which had dangled in the multi-story upper atrium of Philharmonic Avery Fisher David Geffen Hall since the 1960s, had been removed as part of the venue’s renovation and would not be returning. Following a suggestion by former New York Times and New Yorker architecture critic Paul Goldberger, the work will have a new home in the newly renovated Terminal B at LGA. – Gothamist

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