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!
The August 2018 NYC art installations that you must go see, covering parks and waterways in all five boroughs. They are unique works created by diverse artists.
The July 2018 outdoor art installations you must see in NYC cover the five boroughs and the waterways. You'll need to see more than one a day to catch them all!
All the outdoor art installations to check out in NYC this month from an artist-designed pop-up pool to a celebration of 50 years of art in the parks.
March will take us from Manhattan Bridge & DUMBO to Central Park & the Gilded Age; from The Cloisters to the Bowery & MoMA PS1, ending with Black History Month
Artist Katharina Grosse has given a splash of color, using her unique spray painting technique, to MoMA PS1's art installation, Rockaway! at Fort Tilden, Queens
One of the popular exhibits in MoMA PS1 right now is Samara Golden's The Flat Side of the Knife, a mixed media installation that seems like an M.C. Escher piece
Untilled (Liegender Frauenakt), a 2012 sculpture by French artist Pierre Huyghe, will be on display at the Museum of Modern Art's sculpture garden until Friday
With quite some time before the iconic Macy's fireworks going at 9, spend the rest of the day at these unique Independence Day events in New York City
The future of public education in NYC as been a hot topic. On April 9, 1795, Governor George Clinton signed a bill giving $50,000 to assist charitable schools