Unlike many sculptures that are easy to walk past without noticing, Adam and Eve in the Time Warner Center seem to entice people to stop--and touch.
This awkward sculpture by Fernando Botero in a Midtown pedestrian walkway is actually based on a story in Greek mythology.
As the weather gets warmer and New York begins to open up parks and other public spaces, many New Yorkers
In 2020 a NYC-wide festival of flowers will be coming called L.E.A.F. In anticipation, a two-day pop up flower show is on at ten street locations in Manhattan.
Throughout the course of New York's 400-year history, Bowling Green has seen its fair share of historic events. It's not surprising that it's full of secrets.
At Untapped Cities, our"Daily What?!" series consists of one surprising thing every weekday. Here are the Top 10 Daily What?! of 2014 on Untapped Cities
A walkway cutting through 40 W. 57th St. is a revolving art exhibit bestowed upon pedestrians by the Marlborough Gallery with work by Otterness, Botero, Valdes
We've rounded up the quirkiest and most surprising statues in New York City, from a former communist leader to a giant bronze rat.
A critical exploration of the Midtown Arcades, privately owned public spaces, including 6 1/2 Avenue and others you probably didn't know were public.
After being left to practical abandon for years, the district of Old Montreal today offers some of the best spots in the city.