Art installation

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Prospect Heights »

The Lego Company rejected a bulk order from the Chinese artist for his latest art installation.

Park Slope »

Art by Francesco Simeti shows wildlife scenes inspired by the area's past as a salt marsh.

Upper East Side »

The clock's face will rotate backward as time moves forward.

Lower East Side »

"Dear Deer," a project by Yu-Ting Feng, opens on Allen Street this Friday.

Prospect Heights »

A loose interpretation of a subway car will be installed in the Brooklyn Museum this weekend.

Flatiron »

A 500-foot-long canopy will be suspended over the park's paths until January 2016.

Flatiron »

The Flatiron Partnership will unveil a new art installation at the North Plaza next week.

Bushwick »

A stuffed animal holding a box of Newports and Corona beer has taken up residence on a corner lightpost.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

An installation artist needs $10,000 to begin a long-planned refurbishment of the Brooklyn fixture.

Upper East Side »

Artist Ewerdt Hilgemann uses a special vacuum process to create warped geometric shapes.

Gowanus »

The concrete wolf sculpture signed "Wolf Tits" disappeared just three weeks after it was installed.

Financial District »

The installation, under the FDR Drive at John Street, will stay open through Feb. 2.

Fort Greene »

The artist chose the intersection of Navy Street and Park Avenue because it's loud.

Meatpacking District »

The public art project is near the High Line and across from the Standard Hotel.

Midtown East »

A 10-foot-tall flower will be on display at the plaza from October 2013 to April 2014.