Installed in over 500 bus shelters and 1,700 wifi kiosks around the five boroughs, Art on the Grid softens, just a little, our long waits, for the bus, for the pandemic to be over.
The renowned performance artist is seeking more than 100 volunteers to participate in his largest performance yet, “Conquest.”
Thirty years after its debut, the historic artwork will return to stop passersby in their tracks.
To mark the centenary of World War I’s end, a New York fireboat is repainted by artist Tauba Auerbach in a dazzling tribute to the era’s most colorful camouflage.
The British-Nigerian artist’s Public Art Fund commission, located just a few blocks from Trump Tower, is a tall, billowing form featuring a riotous pattern inspired by Dutch wax fabrics.
Katja Novitskova has unleashed enlarged and playfully juxtaposed scientific images throughout the Lower Manhattan park.
Public Art Fund’s Commercial Break places interventions by 23 artists on advertising screens around the city.
Spencer Finch’s new public art project has 4,000 trees recreating part of a California redwood forest in Downtown Brooklyn.
Between the four speakers of Chris Watson’s “Ring Angels,” the fluttering of a thousand wings fills a corner of City Hall Park.
“The truth is I love you,” reads the sign as you enter Brooklyn’s MetroTech Commons — not a bad way to pique the interest of passersby, appealing to their vanities and insecurities.
Digital artifacts manifested as public sculpture populate the Public Art Fund’s Image Objects in Lower Manhattan’s City Hall Park.
Tatiana Trouvé mounted 212 giant spools of rope onto three steel structures in Doris C. Freedman Plaza, with each rope representing one of Central Park’s winding walkways.