This month in NYC you will find new street art murals, sculptural installations, video art, groundbreaking and newsworthy exhibitions in the city's major museums and more.
From oversized art installations, to the annual Open House New York, Archtober, to a Mile Long Opera on the High Line there's a big spectrum of art to take in.
Zuccotti Park was central to historical events from the Revolutionary War to Occupy Wall Street, with many historical and architectural secrets.
Twenty permanent art installations situated along the southern tip of Manhattan from The Battery, through Battery City Park, to Nelson A. Rockefeller Park.
We have to admit this is pretty clever–a theater for one in a traveling theater, supposedly the smallest theater in NYC at 4 feet by 8 feet from Arts Brookfield
Rosemary O'Brien, author of the newly published book, Best Pocket Parks of NYC, shares her favorite park gems in Midtown, Financial District and Upper West Side
Public space plays an integral role for the perpetuation and popularization of the Occupy movement, but as a privately owned public space, Zuccotti Park may be subject to new rules.