city: new york

the fun gallery (former)

from hip hop, graffiti posted in music by pete_nice

Patti Astor was known as the "Queen of the Downtown Scene" and was an underground film actress and culture maven in 1970s and 80s NYC.

She opened up The Fun Gallery at this location with partner Bill Stelling in 1981, and the art gallery featured some of the earliest exhibitions of graffiti and street art, including Taki 183, Keith Haring, Fab 5 Freddy, and Jean Michel Basquiat.

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michael werner gallery

from captain beefheart, don van vliet posted in music by crabapple

The Michael Werner Gallery in New York has exhibited paintings and published books of Don Van Vliet's (Captain Beefheart) artwork since 1991.

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not the friends fountain

from unbreakable kimmy schmidt posted in television by chewing_the_scenery

It's not the Friends fountain. People think it is, but the real one's in a studio lot in Burbank. It looks totally different.

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historic tunt manor

from archer posted in television by crabapple

Cheryl (or Carol, or Cherlene) Tunt lives in this Gilded Age mansion in the animated FX series, Archer.

The ISIS gang (the other one) relocates to Tunt Manor after they lose their headquarters in Season 5.

Cheryl keeps an ocelot locked up in an empty room with no toys...

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american literary historical center (former)

from three days of the condor posted in movies by pete_nice

The American Literary Historical Center serves as a CIA front at this location in the 1975 film, Three Days of the Condor. Joseph Turner (Robert Redford) is the "reader" turned unlikely hero when he comes back from lunch to find all his co-workers murdered.

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