It's August, one of the last prime months of the year for a significant new influx of public art installations in NYC. Here's all the new art to check out!
Summer 2018 is in full swing and this may be the most comprehensive month of outdoor art installations launching we've seen in New York City ever.
This year's winner of the City of Dreams Pavilion Competition is Austin+Mergold's Oculi, a design that will repurpose grain silos from upstate New York.
New outdoor art installations take over NYC this month, from the La Mer Wave Walk to UNIQLO Park Expressions Grant and works by Public Art Fund.
The City of Dreams Pavilion on Governors Island uses architecture to highlight importance of sustainable design. This year's pavilion uses 300,00 aluminum cans.
NYC's June art installations will have you swinging & sliding from the Battery to Governors Island Hills, enjoying thoughtful murals from Harlem to Coney Island
Hanger Barn, made of thousands of discarded wire hangers by Folio Architects will be on on Governors Island for City of Dreams competition in summer 2016.
Using materials to be repurposed for oyster habitats in NYC's waterways, FIGMENT NY's Billion Oyster Pavilion has won the City of Dreams competition.
The "Governors Cup" an art installation created by design team CDR is an installation made up of 30,000 cups from across NYC to emphasize environmental crisis.
For the 2014 FIGMENT Festival on Governors Island the City of Dreams pavilion, a visitors lounge, will be made of thousands of discarded cups collected in NYC.