Al-Hadid’s new mosaic features the famed clock that hung at the entrance of the original station until the building was demolished in the 1960s.
MTA Arts & Design
Get Inspired On Your Commute With New Poetry In NYC Subways
Agha Shahid Ali and Timothy Liu’s poems feature artwork by Jim Hodges and Nancy Spero.
Katherine Bradford Mosaic Murals Make a Manhattan Subway Station Shine
You don’t need a train ticket to see the five glass mosaic murals by Bradford at the L train 1 Avenue stop.
The Arches of Old Penn Station Return in Diana Al-Hadid’s Subway Mosaics
The permanent installations line the mezzanines at the 34th Street Penn Station stop with fluid line work and ghostly presence.
When It Comes to Female Artists, the MTA Has a Better Track Record than NY’s Top Museums
Curatorial leadership with a focus on site and audience develops an inclusive art program without using quotas.
Various Visions of the Future in NYC’s First New Subway Station in 25 Years
It only took a day after Sunday’s opening for a candy bar wrapper to lodge beneath the new wooden bench of the 34th Street-Hudson Yards platform, and vague stains to appear on the station’s light granite floor tiles.
A New Guide to New York’s Subterranean Art
There are over 250 art projects lodged in the transit infrastructure of New York City. Some are garish or grand mosaics that cover whole subway tunnels, others you might walk by for years without recognition. A new book compiles them in a guide to city’s subterranean galleries.