The Shed, an independent nonprofit and new cultural institution at Hudson Yards, reopened this October after closing for seven months
In 1982, the artist Agnes Denes planted two acres of wheat on the Battery Park landfill, a new outcropping on the Manhattan waterfront created as a result of excavation for the World Trade Center in the 1970s.
The Shed, a futuristic cultural center at Hudson Yards, will open to the public with a line-up of exciting art exhibits and performances!
From spinning prisms on Wall Street to the highly anticipated Shed at Hudson Yards, check out all of the new art installations coming to NYC this month!
What is it going to be like at Hudson Yards? The architects of Hudson Yards offered insight into the new neighborhood on a behind the scenes tour.
On May 1st, A Prelude to the Shed kicked off at Hudson Yards on a yet-to-be-developed site on the corner of 31st street and 10th Avenue.
The team behind The Shed at Hudson Yards announced its inaugural group of artist commissions – seven programs that cross the spectrum of the creative fields.
As the Shed at Hudson Yards continues to develop, watch animations of this technologically innovative structure moving and transforming right before your eyes.
To be located at the juncture between the High Line and Hudson Yards, the Shed, a high profile new arts space, will offer a flexible approach design.