1. Harlem Shelter 1 at 110th Street

Image by Ai Weiwei Studio, Courtesy of Public Art Fund

Harlem Shelter 1 is one of ten fences Ai Weiwei constructed around bus shelters in Brooklyn, Harlem, and the Bronx. These structures are intended to “highlight the fundamental human right of free movement,” according to Ai Weiwei. In an effort to call attention to issues facing displaced people, he has also created images to be placed on other bus shelters throughout the city, in addition to the lampposts.

The images, placed in areas usually dedicated to advertising, are pulled from his new documentary Human Flow, which is the culmination of a year and a half of work, when he traveled to 23 countries and more than 40 refugee camps.

Check out all these spots for highlights of Ai Weiwei’s “Good Fences Make Good Neighbors.” Next, check out Fun Maps: NYC Conservancy Makes Fall Foliage Map and 17 Art Installations and Exhibits in NYC Not to Miss in October.