The flags of UN member states that typically line the Rink now depict bagels, pizza slices, and local restaurants in a new partnership with the food rescue organization City Harvest.
Mexican Artists Take Over Rock Center For Day of the Dead
A catrina of Frida Kahlo, colorful alebrijes, and José Guadalupe Posada’s satirical skeletons are among the unmissable works on view.
Mexican Artists and Designers Take Over Rockefeller Center
Intervención/Intersección, the latest venture from MASA Galería, is a humming subversion of what public art can look like.
Día de los Muertos Comes to NYC With a Dazzling Display of Mexican Folk Art
Sculptures of Oaxacan alebrijes, envisioned as guardians of the nation’s immigrant community, and catrinas, Day of the Dead skeletons, are now at Rockefeller Center.
Red Flags Are Flying at Rockefeller Center
Andy Goldsworthy’s installation seeks to signal anti-imperialism at a notoriously capitalist site.
The Hollow Symbolism of Jeff Koons’s Blow-Up Ballerina
The artist’s 45-foot-tall inflatable sculpture at Rockefeller Center aggrandizes an outmoded model of femininity.
Ugo Rondinone’s Midtown Monoliths
Continuing the long human tradition of rock stacking, Ugo Rondinone’s contemporary art cairns are now looming around Rockefeller Plaza, casting their colossal shadows beneath Art Deco towers in an attempt to bring some ancient mystery to the busy summer streets.