The must-see New York City outdoor art installations this month span all 5 boroughs. From participatory exhibits to traveling displays, this month has it all.
If you find yourself venturing out into the tundra that is currently New York City, make sure to find a refuge that offers a warm, cozy place to defrost.
Baita, the rooftop Alpine ski chalet in NYC's Eataly has opened for the winter season giving New Yorkers the perfect winter respite when the cold kicks in.
The installation, Flatiron Reflection — by Brooklyn-based architectural firm, Future Expansion — features a "bundle of shimmering tubes" that come together.
December 2016 ushers in long-awaited art installations including opening of AIDS Memorial Park, exhibit by Annie Lebowitz, street art at Stanton Street Courts and more.
LOT’s Flatiron Sky-Line, with ten lighted arches and large hammocks is the winner of the 2016 Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership and Van Alen Institute Design Competition.
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
Sponsored by the Tourist Board of Vienna, a 10-foot statue of Sigmund Freud being dissected on his couch is coming to Flatiron Plaza from June 16th to 18th.
The perpetual rivalry of NYC's skyline has always been about height but here are 10 buildings are more over the top than some of the tallest buildings.
Sprint Flatiron Prow Art Space introduces the installation Flakes by artist Chelsea Hrynick Browne. Her tiny Origami cut-outs will be on view through March 16.