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Bushwick »

Yale Fine Arts Students Showcase Sculptures in Bushwick

A group of Yale MFA students is bringing its sculpture work to Bushwick.


Large Pink Elephant Sculpture in DUMBO Looking for Home

The sculpture, which stands under the Manhattan Bridge, is available to anyone who can carry it away.

Gramercy »

Gramercy Park's Calder Sculpture to Travel to Amsterdam for Exhibit

The tall red sculpture, called "Janey Waney," was packed up last week.


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.

Upper West Side »

Twelve-Ton 'Phoenix' Sculptures Take Flight at St. John the Divine

Two massive sculptures made of industrial scraps are now hanging from the cathedral's ceiling.

Fort Greene »

Giant Snow Rhino Horns in on Fort Greene

A rhino sculpture made of snow appeared outside of Lafayette Grocery & Dairy in Fort Greene. 

TriBeCa »

Massive Bronze Teddy Bear Sculpture Coming to TriBeCa

Korean artist Gimhongsok will have his 5-foot-tall bronze sculpture displayed in TriBeCa Park.

Williamsburg »

Sculpture Remains on Williamsburg Waterfront After State Orders Removal

The sculpture for the Performa arts festival was ordered removed from East River State Park last week.

Williamsburg »

State Orders Removal of Massive Sculpture from Williamsburg Waterfront

The social justice-focused piece didn't have permission to be in East River State Park, officials said.

Red Hook »

Inflatable Sculpture Exhibit Floats Into Red Hook

"Chrysalis" is an inflatable sculpture that will be on display at Pioneer Works  till Nov. 24.

Midtown »

Hero Sculptures to Take Stand Outside Bryant Park

A pair of 13-foot-tall statutes will be installed near Bryant Park later this month.

Midtown »

5,000-Pound Gorilla Sculpture Makes Gawkers Go Ape in Midtown

The gorilla, a sculpture by artist Jeff Koons, is estimated to be worth $4 to $6 million.

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.

Chelsea »

Explore Artists' Private Studios in Chelsea This Weekend

More than 50 artists will open their workspaces to the public this weekend.

Upper East Side »

New Met Exhibit Highlights Non-Western Art

The show celebrates former Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller's contribution to the Met's non-Western art.

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