Photos: Summer Streets 2013 took over Park Avenue

The first of the festival’s three days brought yoga, bikes and an art installation to the carless street.

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  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

  • Photograph: Luciana Golcman

    Summer Streets 2013

Photograph: Luciana Golcman

Summer Streets 2013

Summer Streets, the annual festival that takes over Park Avenue for three Saturdays, had its first showing of the season on August 3. Despite a bit of drizzle early in the day, attendees got to bike, walk and zip-line up the carless street, stopping to take in unusual sights like artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer's Voice Tunnel installation at the Park Avenue Tunnel. The piece projected the voices of visitors and sound-controlled lights through the cavernous 1,400-foot-long space, which was open to pedestrians for the first time ever.


The festival continues on August 10 and 17; visit the DOT site for the full schedule of events (and look for new attractions, like the unveiling of the Museum of Food and Drink's cereal-puffing gun on the 17th).



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