With the year soon coming to an end, now is the time to enjoy New York City’s newest public art installations. Art installations this December vary in topic from climate change to the passage of time, with many focusing specifically on the holiday season. To get into the spirit of the holidays be sure to check out the Brooklyn Botanical Garden’s festive Lightscape and the Museum of the City of New York’s gingerbread display. Here are the best public art installations to see in November 2022.
Join us for a virtual talk with Jacquelyn A. Ottman, fifth generation family member and author of Ottman & Company: Meatpacking District Pioneers.
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Through April 19th, the David Benrimon Fine Art Gallery presents Fernando Botero, an exhibition featuring a selection of paintings, sculptures, and works on paper by the internationally-renowned artist in honor of his 90th birthday.
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Little Island, the unique park by Thomas Heatherwick opens tomorrow located at 13th Street in Hudson River Park.
A new installation from sculptor Tom Fruin has popped up at Gansevoort Plaza for the winter. Titled Bombora House, the colorful