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Upper West Side »

Large Metal Dandelions to Spring from Upper West Side Block

A new public art project will feature flowers inspired by street signs on West 97th Street.

East Village »

'Mosaic Man' Tears Down His Artwork to Protest Astor Place Redesign

Jim "Mosaic Man" Power is removing his multicolored mosaics from seven Astor Place lampposts.

Navy Yard »

Brooklyn Navy Yard Mural Shows GPS-Tracked Movements of Workers

The lines of the mural represent the routes of people who work on the historic Navy Yard's grounds.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

'Flatbush Trees' Sculpture Awaits Multicolored Makeover as Locals Fundraise

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

Long Island City »

Lounge Around This Faux-Pool in Long Island City

The piece will be in the Crescent Street lot where a film and music fest will take place this summer.

Lower East Side »

Lower East Side-Themed Art Exhibit Coming to Bowery Whole Foods

Artists can submit pieces for a new pop-up gallery at the Whole Foods on East Houston Street.

Lower East Side »

WATCH: Metal Security Gates Get Makeover on Lower East Side

Artists with the "100 Gates Project" are spray-painting murals to beautify roll-down security gates.

Lower East Side »

Sculptures That Look Like Tectonic Plates Coming to Lower East Side Park

"Uplift" by Jarrod Beck will go on display later this summer in Sara D. Roosevelt Park.

Crown Heights »

'Broad City' Illustrator Paints Huge Yellow Mural Celebrating Crown Heights

Mike Perry said he hopes his work will be the first in a series of public art on Bergen Street.

Upper East Side »

'Imploded' Sculptures Coming to Park Avenue Mall

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

Downtown Brooklyn »

Downtown Brooklyn Public Art Celebrates 40th Anniversary of Rubik's Cube

Design firm FANTÁSTICA partnered with New York City College of Technology students to create public art.

Prospect Heights »

Brooklyn Museum Fountain to Get Musical Accompaniment Through Contest

"Score the Fountain" was created after visitors said they imagined music while watching the jets.

Upper West Side »

Giant Swing Among Sculptures Installed in Riverside Park

The pieces were made by artists from the Art Students League of New York. 

Hudson Square »

International Garden Shows Manhattan's Diversity

Each plant in the Duarte Square garden was selected by an internationally born New Yorker.

Fort Greene »

Artist Uses Fort Greene Park as Outdoor Gallery

Jeffrey Reid paints portraits of famous African-American leaders and artists.