Jordan Casteel, The Baayfalls, 2017 (rendering). A High Line Commission. On view until December 2020. Rendering courtesy the High Line
For nearly half a century, the WATCHTOWER sign stood guard over the DUMBO waterfront but now a new WELCOME sign has taken its place as part of the Panorama office and retail development.
It's October and there are a flurry of new outdoor art installations to take in this month. In the mix, you'll find light installations at Rockefeller Center and South Street Seaport, a large provocative equestrian statue right in Times Square, and much more
See the exposed brick, wooden beams and concrete construction of a 19th-century paint factory in DUMBO that will soon become a residential complex!
Discover the stories behind the historic buildings that line DUMBO's cobblestone streets on a special tour through this waterfront neighborhood in Brooklyn.
September is turning into a pretty banner month for new public art installations in New York City. While the PORTAL
FlipNYC, with two of the world's largest solar powered flipbooks, is a new interactive art exhibition in Dumbo, Brooklyn, built and designed by local youth.
The Sorted Library is not quite like any other library you've been to. First it’s hidden in the back of a co-working space in Brooklyn, you can't just walk in.
The mosaic glass house of Tom Fruin, the Brooklyn-based artist known for colorful water towers, is on display in the courtyard of of Empire Stores in Dumbo.
From spinning prisms on Wall Street to the highly anticipated Shed at Hudson Yards, check out all of the new art installations coming to NYC this month!