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East Harlem »

Several parks across the five boroughs will get new pieces of art created by New Yorkers. 

Astoria »

He's doing it for Shia LaBeouf's Anti-Trump Art Installation at the Museum of the Moving Image.

Midtown East »

An installation by the Spanish artist Lluis Lleo will stand on Park Avenue beginning in April.

Union Square »

A towering sculpture by veteran glassblower Dale Chihuly will sit in Union Square for a year.

Hudson Square »

A sculpture by artist Isamu Noguchi was installed in Hudson Square near the Holland Tunnel this week.

Long Island City »

The "Post-it-ivity Wall" is similar to one set up in Union Square after the presidential election.

Long Island City »

The 4,000-pound bronze work was installed over the weekend at the corner of Jackson and 43rd avenues.

Flatiron »

"Flatiron Sky-Line" will give weary passersby a chance to lay back and check out the scenery.

Red Hook »

Officials will work with the community to determine its location in the neighborhood. 

SoHo »

Isca Greenfield-Sanders' "Playground Parachutes" will be on display at Vesuvio Playground in SoHo.

Fort Greene »

Ten local artists will receive $10,000 each in the project's first year to create original works of art.

Garment District »

The sculptures by Taiwanese artist Hung Yi will stand along Broadway through mid-April 2017.

Astoria »

"The Cubes" will be the park's first permanent building and is slated to open in 2018.

Park Slope »

Mark Ravitz has been installing public art on his Seventh Avenue building since 1980.

Union Square »

Joshua "Ginger" Monroe slept three hours a night for four months to make the statues.