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Lower East Side »

The crescent-shaped sculpture, made with recycled glass and resin, will be on display until June.

Meatpacking District »

A curated art installation is sprucing up a city-mandated construction site in the Meatpacking District.

Long Island City »

"The Sunbather" will go up on a traffic median at 43rd Avenue sometime next year.

Upper West Side »

Tourists and residents in need of a rest are rushing to a set of seats that are actually sculptures.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Local sculptor Hank Willis Thomas will create a permanent installation on Tillary Street.

East Harlem »

None of the murals are being painted by artists from East Harlem, critics said.

Long Island City »

The artwork is part of a city program that aims to beautify drab concrete transportation barriers.

Astoria »

The park's Emerging Artists Fellowship Exhibition opened this weekend for its 15th year.

Bed-Stuy »

The New York Restoration Project hosts the events as part of its "Arts in the Garden" series.

Inwood »

Creative Art Works is installing a new mural at the site bordering Isham Park this week.

Crown Heights »

Photographs and portraits curated by FiveMyles gallery hang on construction fencing on St. Johns Place.

Gowanus »

The new public art can be seen from the rooftop bar at the Gowanus Whole Foods.

Times Square & Theater District »

FAILE installed a wooden prayer wheel on Monday in chorus with their expo at Brooklyn Museum. 

Prospect Heights »

'Broad City' artist Mike Perry directed the painting project, titled "Pacific Park Arts."

Chelsea »

Michael Nicholas, 44, is planning a quiet, contemplative march from end to end of the High Line.