The sculpture by artist Fanny Allié's is a reminder that a public bench is a "potential bed" for some.
The project features pieces by well-known street artists Queen Andrea and Cope2.
The large pieces by artist Don Gummer will be displayed through October.
The bill requires Percent for Art pieces be presented at a public meeting so residents can weigh in.
Friends of East River Esplanade set up a banner along the waterfront near 117th Street.
Jeff Greenspan and Andrew Tider were issued summonses for being in the park after hours.
Work on the tunnel will begin on Monday and be completed by May 19, the DOT said.
An interactive exhibit scattered throughout Brooklyn Bridge Park will open May 17.
A vintage phone booth is cropping up Long Island City to record your thoughts about public art.
Materials for the Arts has been equipping the city's nonprofits with free art supplies since 1978.
Artists installed the bust illegally in Fort Greene Park and it's now being held at the 88th Precinct.
The Illuminator projected a hologram of Snowden where the city dismantled a sculpture the day before.
Artists Heide Fasnacht and Gabriela Albergaria will display their works at the park this season.
Jimmy Van Bramer introduced a bill Tuesday that would require more public input for publicly-funded art.
The Plaza de Las Americas at 175th Street and Broadway will be transformed into a town square.
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