Irene Madrigal
Irene Madrigal is a sophomore at Barnard College intending on majoring in English and History with a minor in Spanish. As a native New Yorker, she can be found guiding her friends across the city and showing her love for her home borough, Brooklyn. When's she not doing this, Irene can be found painting, baking apple pie in her kitchen, or writing her next article for the Columbia Daily Spectator and Untapped New York.
Azimuth public art installation January
Arts & Culture

6 Best Public Art Installations In NYC January 2023

With the new year in full swing, art installations continue to open across New York City. As the perfect way to start the year off strong, be sure to check out the High Line’s ode to New York City culture in its mural NYC Love or bask in the watercolor imagery of Times Square Art's new Midnight Moment series Long Low Line. From recycled geometric public artwork to colorful light shows mimicking the Aurora Borealis, January’s public artwork offerings have something for everyone to enjoy. Here are the best public art installations to see in January 2023. 
Brooklyn Lightscape public art
Arts & Culture

16 Best Public Art Installations In NYC December 2022

With the year soon coming to an end, now is the time to enjoy New York City’s newest public art installations. Art installations this December vary in topic from climate change to the passage of time, with many focusing specifically on the holiday season. To get into the spirit of the holidays be sure to check out the Brooklyn Botanical Garden’s festive Lightscape and the Museum of the City of New York’s gingerbread display. Here are the best public art installations to see in November 2022.
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