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!
Check out our Untapped Picks for how to get out and experience all the history, art, and culture of New York City this week!
NYC's Summer Streets festivities are right around the corner. See what is to be expected at each of the six rest stops for 2017 on Saturdays August 5th to 19th.
The Summer of 2015 has been an exciting year for outdoor art installations within the five boroughs of New York City. With the Summer coming to an end, we've highlighted 35 that you may not want to miss.
Dive, a sound installation by Jana Winderen is a 7 block long installation inside the Park Avenue Tunnel for this year's NYC Summer Streets celebration.
Artist Ewerdt Hilgemann installs imploded stainless steel sculptures on Park Avenue, in his Moments in a Stream series for the Park Avenue Mall.
Our guide to what to see at this year's Summer Streets, including the Voice Tunnel and an "emotional" mini golf course with holes named after human pain.
The Park Avenue "Voice Tunnel" and CultureNOW's architectural tour debuts at the 2013 Summer Streets.
In a dramatic reappropriation of urban space for public use, Times Square was closed off to cars earlier this summer. Less well known is that Summer Streets are already in place all over the five-boroughs this summer, thanks to the NYC Department of Transportation (DOT) and that a section of 34th street will have a pedestrian-only zone when the next bus rapid transit (BRT) phase is installed.