The stunning views of both the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges are DUMBO’s biggest most popular attraction, but there is so
Summer is over and school is in session but there is still fun to be had this week in NYC!
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.
From 14th Street's Art in Odd Places to Ai WeiWei's Fences, October is sure to bring a lot of new installations that will engage the viewers in conversation.
Head to Brooklyn Bridge Park for a new photography exhibition as part of Photoville, an annual pop up gallery housed inside fifty five shipping containers.
As summer comes to a close, a new season of art installations – outdoor and in – will be ushered onto the streets of NYC this September in all five boroughs.
Photoville is put together by the United Photo Industries, transforming over 45 shipping containers on the Brooklyn waterfront into photo and arts exhibits.
The FENCE: Photoville Exhibit showcases global photographers at installations in Boston and Brooklyn - Photoville pop-up village comes September 19 to Brooklyn.
Photoville is a photography village in Brooklyn Bridge Park built out of shipping container exhibition spaces, educated with free lectures and workshops, and nourished by food trucks and a summer beer garden.