A monument to Porkchop, the 1920s bulldog bootlegger, has popped up in NYC's Battery Park! Find out the backstory.
From sculptures made out of cans to giant multimedia displays and interactive light shows, check out the best art installations of November!
Whether it is a permanent monument or an immersive pop-up installation, New York's public art enhances the quality of life for residents and tourists alike, adding a touch of wonder, whimsy or beauty to an ordinary commute.
Fall has arrived in full force, bringing with it cooler temperatures ideal for heading outside and enjoying some of New York City’s best new public art installations. The artwork on display for this month highlights the power artists have in inciting social change.
On October 8th, join Untapped New York for a docent-led tour of LongHouse Reserve, a 16-acre reserve and sculpture garden in East Hampton, New York.
With summer’s end just around the corner, be sure to enjoy some of New York City’s best public art installations this September.
Untapped New York Insiders are invited to join a tour of the exhibition Masked Vigilantes on Silent Motorbikes with guide Tim Medland.
Head to Rockefeller Center to check out the art installation, Changing Spaces, one of the 8 best public art installations in NYC this August. Some of the topics explored in these installations include the death of loved ones and the prevalence of gender-based violence in American society.
This July, check out 16 public art installations, including Brooklyn-based artist Tom Fruin’s exhibition, From Sea To Shining Sea.
From June 1-30, visitors to New York City's Times Square can gaze overhead and view Polar Rainbow, a public art project visible via Augmented Reality brought to the location by Latvian-British artist Kristaps Ancāns and Times Square Arts.