“El Barrio Comes in All Colors, Shapes and Sizes” by Rica Takashima. Photo via flowartnyc.org
Fall is in the air and with it, an entirely different backdrop to New York City’s art installations. Some of these installations will be leaving in early October, others will be here through the fall and beyond. The below takes us from the Brooklyn Navy Yard to City College, indoors and out. Here are 11 exhibits and installations not to miss.
Artist Isarmu Noguchi “Strange Bird” c. 1945, cast 1971, bronze. Photo courtesy of Brooklyn Botanic Garden
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden. To kick-off the festivities, the garden, in collaboration with the Noguchi Museum, will exhibit fifteen sculptures in steel, stone and bronze, by renowned Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988). The installation opened will be on view through December 13.