The space, which brings an art installation to the heart of New York's newest shopping mall, is designed to be an Instagrammable destination that also features a gift shop and snack bar

Hudson Yards, the largest private real estate development in American history, has a little bit of everything—luxury stores, a live theater complex, a food hall—and now, as is custom these days, an art exhibit-slash-Instagram trap called Snark Park. The installation is run by Snarkitecture, the firm behind both the streetwear brand Kith and some of the most memorable large-scale art installations of the past few years.

Snarkitecture says that the theme will change three times a year, making each visit an entirely new experience. For now, that theme is called “Lost and Found.” Like other recent, highly-photographable installations, the space is a wonderland for anyone looking for a striking selfie, but perhaps not an art experience that's meant for much else.

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