From 14th Street's Art in Odd Places to Ai WeiWei's Fences, October is sure to bring a lot of new installations that will engage the viewers in conversation.
Brooklyn-based artist, Rob Fischer, presents his newest glass installation, "City, 2017," set in front of the Lever House on Park Avenue at 54th Street.
The Oscar Wilde Temple, an installation by McDermott & McGough, opened within The Church of the Village in collaboration with The Center in Greenwich Village.
New York Statues gives 35 of the most prominent statues across the city a voice in a new smartphone program.
As summer comes to a close, a new season of art installations – outdoor and in – will be ushered onto the streets of NYC this September in all five boroughs.
Untapped Cities has been following street artists commissioned to paint merchant gates in East Harlem & Staten Island. Follow along #100GatesProject
An exhibit honors Editta Sherman, The Duchess of Carnegie Hall, who worked as a portrait photographer in a penthouse apartment above Carnegie Hall for over 60 years.
All the outdoor art installations to check out in NYC this month from an artist-designed pop-up pool to a celebration of 50 years of art in the parks.
Untapped Cities was on hand to watch the brilliant DUMBO artist Bradley Theodore paint live at 261 Hudson in Soho. Scroll through our photos to watch him in action.
Three connecting large-scale, brightly colored murals by artist Jason Woodside surround the space where Jeff Koons Seated Ballerina stood at Rockefeller Center.