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The sculpture will replace "Two Orchids" at the Doris C. Freedman Plaza in September.

Clinton Hill »

The sculpture by artist Tanda Francis would be placed in Putnam Triangle if approved by the city.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Related Companies Chairman Stephen Ross originally estimated the sculpture would cost about $75 million.

Roosevelt Island »

The 4,400-pound granite sculpture was craned into Southpoint park last month.

Union Square »

The bust, created by Lionel Smit and based on the Roman god Janus, is awaiting Parks approval.

Flatiron »

The four-story structure will be the largest work yet by sculptor Martin Puryear.

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

A new sculpture that says "UNDERSTANDING" in neon red lights is coming to Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Durst Organization commissioned Stephen Glassman to create a sculpture for its VIA 57 development.

Union Square »

The sculpture, by French artist Bernar Venet, will be at 17th Street and Broadway through May.

Midtown »

Tom Friedman's "Looking Up" sculpture will be on display on Park Avenue starting in February.

Lower East Side »

The objects collected will be part of artist Pia Camil's exhibition at the New Museum.

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.