Photograph Courtesy of Rudy King Port Authority of New York & New Jersey

If you can bear the cold January temperatures outside there are a bunch of exciting outdoor art installations to check out this month in New York City! If you prefer to stay warm and inside, we’ve also included some indoor exhibits to check out as well. From the world’s largest interactive video installation to a summer garden in the middle of winter, here are 32 art installations not to miss this month:

1. The Now – Interactive Holiday Special

Photograph by Laia Cabrera

The Now – Holiday Special is an outdoor interactive video public art installation that has been extended into the New Year. Stretching seventy-two feet long on the windows of the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Times Square, it is the world’s largest interactive public art installation! The installation is comprised of video art, animation, video mapping and interactivity created by talented filmmakers and video artists Laia Cabrera and Isabelle Duverger, with interactivity by NoirFlux and Karan Parikh. The special holiday edition of The Now offers “a journey into magical worlds, intertwining reality and fantasy, opening doors to hidden places and participatory environments, with a holiday Twist.” Visitors who interact with the piece by walking and moving will unravel different storylines. The installation will be up until January 16th.