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.
Harlem is one of New York City's most recognizable and historic neighborhoods. Here are twenty-five must visit places to see in the neighborhood.
Home to many academic institutions, parks, historic monuments, and great cafes, with a complex history to match, Morningside Heights is worth the trek uptown.
Much of Manhattan's natural landscape is flattened but there are still places to take in the Manhattan schist, natural bedrock formations above and below ground
Morningside Park seems to have it all – grand landscapes, practical outdoor amenities, landmarked architecture, and commanding views. Here are 10 secrets.
Studio Museum in Harlem curated outdoor art installations in 4 of Harlem's parks: Jackie Robinson Park, Morningside park, St. Nicholas Park, Marcus Garvey Park.
13 outdoor art installations not to miss in September 2016 from large sculptures in parks to glass pigeons on lamp posts, and taking a rest in XXX Times Square
Here's a roundup of bear scultpures both past and present, ranging from fun to conceptual, that have graced the public realm of NYC.
Bartholdi designed a statue consisting of George Washington and the Marquis de Lafayette with the French and American flags.
In 1968, Columbia University was rocked by students protesting against the University's involvement with the Vietnam war and segregation of a campus gym.