From sculptures made out of cans to giant multimedia displays and interactive light shows, check out the best art installations of November!
On November 16, join Untapped New York Insiders for a members-only virtual tour over continents and across millennia, visiting sacred masterpieces with Patrick Bringley, author of All the Beauty in the World: The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Me.
Whether it is a permanent monument or an immersive pop-up installation, New York's public art enhances the quality of life for residents and tourists alike, adding a touch of wonder, whimsy or beauty to an ordinary commute.
Uncover off-limits and abandoned subway art in the forgotten spaces of NYC's massive subterranean transit network!
On October 8th, join Untapped New York for a docent-led tour of LongHouse Reserve, a 16-acre reserve and sculpture garden in East Hampton, New York.
With summer’s end just around the corner, be sure to enjoy some of New York City’s best public art installations this September.
The Frick Madison’s daring new program, Living Histories: Queer Views and Old Masters, matches contemporary artist Jenna Gribbon against Tudor great Hans Holbein.
Chelsea Factory is a new arts hub with a mission of helping performing artists whose work was disrupted by the pandemic.
Though there are lots of hotels in Brooklyn now, the Wythe Hotel is still the coolest, thanks in part to its art collection.
For a limited time, a mural by Haring and his collaborator Angel Ortiz (LA II) — never before seen in New York City — will go on view at the New York City Center, a performing arts center in Midtown.