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Flatiron »

The mirrored dome allows viewers to walk through it and see how light, color and reflections change.

TriBeCa »

The metal sculpture will be on display for about nine months.

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.

Astoria »

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

Gowanus »

A wooden sculpture by artist Michael Clyde Johnson will provide seating at Ennis Playground.

Long Island City »

The museum is allowing people to access its sculptures and galleries through Google Cultural Institute.

Upper West Side »

The large pieces by artist Don Gummer will be displayed through October.

Fort Greene »

Artists installed the bust illegally in Fort Greene Park and it's now being held at the 88th Precinct.

Long Island City »

Jimmy Van Bramer introduced a bill Tuesday that would require more public input for publicly-funded art.

TriBeCa »

Nicolas Holiber's sculpture, made of recycled materials, will be on display starting this spring.

Governors Island »

Canopies woven from broken umbrellas and oyster cultivation materials will be on display this summer.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Artist Patrick Jacobs' exhibit opens this week at the Pierogi Gallery in Williamsburg.

Long Island City »

The artwork takes aim at the costs of a city's plan to install another sculpture nearby.