From cowboys who protected local residents to forgotten parts of the High Line, the West Village is filled with historical secrets.
The Moynihan Connector that joins the High Line to major midtown transit hubs opens to the public this week after 18 weeks of construction!
Take shade beneath the twisted branches of Old Tree on the High Line, the latest sculpture to be chosen to adorn the Plinth!
See photos from the construction site of the High Line's Moynihan Connector as a massive timber bridge is lifted into place!
Discover all of the monumental sculptures, colorful murals, and moving public art exhibitions on view this May in New York City!
Enjoy the warm weather in New York City by exploring all of the new public art installations on view this April!
From garbage trains and VakTraks to crane cars and snow blowers, discover the subway cars that help keep the system running!
With the new year in full swing, art installations continue to open across New York City. As the perfect way to start the year off strong, be sure to check out the High Line’s ode to New York City culture in its mural NYC Love or bask in the watercolor imagery of Times Square Art's new Midnight Moment series Long Low Line. From recycled geometric public artwork to colorful light shows mimicking the Aurora Borealis, January’s public artwork offerings have something for everyone to enjoy. Here are the best public art installations to see in January 2023.
Across New York City, there are plenty of remnants of abandoned rail lines, some of which have been defunct for over a century.
This July, check out 16 public art installations, including Brooklyn-based artist Tom Fruin’s exhibition, From Sea To Shining Sea.