Living Lantern brings a moment of zen to the busy streets of New York City's Garment District this winter season!
A formerly headless, armless, and footless statue has returned to the Bronx after an extensive restoration and 40+ year stay in storage!
A monument to Porkchop, the 1920s bulldog bootlegger, has popped up in NYC's Battery Park! Find out the backstory.
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.
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.
At Third and Brook avenues in The Bronx sits a marble sculpture, an allegorical representation of “Lady Justice,” on the facade of the Bronx Borough Courthouse.
Rockefeller Center is presenting a new commission titled Share, a sculpture by Kaws at Rockefeller Center’s Center Plaza.
Uncover the secrets of the Elizabeth Street Garden, a beloved green space filled with an eclectic array of sculpture in NYC!
Alex Da Corte's new installation As Long as the Sun Lasts premiers at The Met rooftop Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden today, April 16.
Over the past two years, Zion Triangle Plaza has undergone an extensive renovation and expansion. The odd-shaped plot of land