With summer’s end just around the corner, be sure to enjoy some of New York City’s best public art installations this September.
Three whimsical aluminum equine sculptures by French artist Jean-Marie Appriou now grace the entrance to Central Park off 5th Avenue. "The Horses," ranging in size from 16 feet tall to 16 feet long, are inspired by the site and the history of horses here.
September is turning into a pretty banner month for new public art installations in New York City. While the PORTAL
Commissioned for the plaza's southeast entrance to Central Park, Wind Sculpture (SG) I by British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare MBE debuted yesterday.
Outdoor art installations rule in March at High Line, Astor Place, Garment District, and Public Art Fund at 59th Street + the annual Armory Show & Asia Week
A Gilded Age ballroom and furniture made of concrete was installed at the Doris C. Freedman Plaza at 59th Street and Central Park by the Public Art Fund
February in NYC is filled with art and celebration from the 40th Anniversary of the Public Art Fund, to Lunar New Year & Valentine's Day Heart in Times Square.
A giant grocery list etched in granite standing 17 ft high is the new Public Art Fund installation at The Doris C. Freedman Plaza entitled David Shrigley: MEMORIAL
13 outdoor art installations not to miss in September 2016 from large sculptures in parks to glass pigeons on lamp posts, and taking a rest in XXX Times Square
Desire Lines is the new outdoor exhibit to grace the Doris C. Freedman Plaza at Fifth Avenue and 60th Street. Here you will find 212 oversized wooden spools with colorful rope in a thoughtful exhibition by artist Tatiana Trouvé.