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Prospect Heights »

Artist Judy Chicago's Feminist Fireworks Display Coming to Prospect Park

Known for art with a female anatomical theme, Chicago's fireworks will have a similar subject.

Inwood »

Italian Street Artist to Paint Murals on Inwood Schools, Rockaway Pizzeria

Alice Pasquini is planning installations at Muscota New School and Amistad Dual Language School.

Fort Greene »

Art Exhibit Asks Passersby to Stop and Hear the Music in City's Cacophony

Artist Audra Wolowiec said the noises of New York City sound like music.

Inwood »

10-Foot-Tall Pod Sculpture Could Be Installed in Inwood

The Washington Heights BID is looking to move the 1,900-pound steel sculpture to Dyckman Street.


DUMBO Company Designs Giant Heart Sculpture to Help Singles Find Love

Young Projects' sculpture “Match-Maker" will be on display in Times Square until March 11.

Gowanus »

700-Pound Wolf Sculpture Taken From Gowanus Sidewalk, Artist Says

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

Downtown Brooklyn »

Towering Boombox Structure to Rise in Downtown Brooklyn

"Got The Power," an art exhibit by Bayeté Ross Smith, will soon be on display in the BRIC Arts theater.

Upper West Side »

Herb Alpert's 'Spirit Totems' Rise Outside Lincoln Center

The large sculptures are abstract representations of totem poles by the Grammy Award-winning musician.

Upper East Side »

Posters for Fake 'Seinfeld' Movie Plastered on UES

Posters for the fictional movie "Rochelle, Rochelle" popped up on Second Avenue.


DUMBO Sculpture Mimics Michelangelo's David When Seen from Above

London-based sculptor Nick Hornby's "Bird God Drone" is one of three new DUMBO public art installations.

Park Slope »

Public Art Project Makes Waves on Fourth Avenue

A sculpture called "Unparallel Way" will grace a Fourth Avenue median for the next 11 months.

Downtown Brooklyn »

MetroTech Plaza to be Transformed by Colorful Fiberglass-coated Sculptures

MetroTech Commons will soon host artist Katharina Grosse's first outdoor installation in New York City.

Fort Greene »

Art Under BQE Will Light Up in Response to Traffic Noise

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

Cobble Hill »

Impaled Pumpkins to See Their Last Kane Street Halloween

Artist Jane Greengold has impaled pumpkins on a fence in Cobble Hill for 13 years but will stop soon.

Upper West Side »

Alien Creatures Invade Lincoln Center in New Public Art Exhibit

Fourteen brightly colored aluminum sculptures are on display as part of a new public art exhibit. 

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