Finalists for the She Built NYC initiative include Firelei Báez, La Vaughn Belle, Mickalene Thomas, Tanda Francis, and a joint project by Amanda Williams and Olalekan Jeyifous.
Ohad Meromi’s public sculpture “Sunbather,” perhaps unintentionally, turns out to be a button pusher. And the pushback it has already received is a healthy sign.
Brian Tolle’s new public sculpture features two long-lost guardians of the Manhattan Bridge, now illuminating its Brooklyn entrance.
Louisiana, like many states and municipalities in the US, has had a “Percent for Art” law on the books for years.
Real estate developers are suing the city of Oakland over a new law that requires them to set aside funds to commission and install public art in new residential and commercial buildings.
2015 marks the 30th anniversary of Jorge Luis Rodriguez’s “Growth” and the public art program that initiated its creation.
New legislation to be submitted to the New York City Council on Tuesday could bring an end to a decades-long debate surrounding democracy and public art.
If you’ve ever admired a beautiful mosaic or mural in New York City, there’s a chance you have the Percent for Art Program (PCA) to thank.