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LOVE! by Robert Indiana

I had naively originally thought Robert Indiana’s LOVE sculpture was unique to Philadelphia’s LOVE park. I couldn’t have been more wrong. The original image was designed for the Museum of […]

Eleanor

A throw back to the traditional style of public art, the bronze statue, is Penelope Jenck’s statue of Eleanor Roosevelt at the entrance to Riverside Park on the Upper West […]

The Oldest Bronze in Central Park

Central Park is full of sculpture, some interesting, some not so much. The sorta gory Eagles and Prey by Christophe Fratin may not be a total show stopper, but the […]

Moon Bird by Joan Miro

Before Joan Miro’s 14 foot Moon Bird sat in front of the north side of the Solow Building, Sheldon Solow had an Alexander Calder mobile installed- only to see it […]

Louise Nevelson Night Presence IV

Sculptor Louise Nevelson gifted the city of New York the Cor-Ten Night Presence IV, to celebrate her 50th anniversary of living in NYC. Before the city honored her with her […]

George Segal, The Commuters

George Segal, The Commuters

Ah, the Port Authority. As cleaned up as Manhattan has become, the bus station still reeks of a little sleaze. Maybe it’s the divey commuter bar, or the in house […]

Jean DuBuffet’s Group of Four Trees Sculpture

Many public works are located in the historic Financial District, with all the promenades surrounding the corporate offices; it is a perfect place for public sculpture and what not. You’ll […]

Seeds of Change: “Pod” Installation at Dyckman Street in Inwood (Manhattan)

The next time you’re heading to Fort Tryon Park or the Cloisters, take the A train to Dyckman street and walk the half block to the intersection of Riverside Drive, […]

Emily Weiskopf’s Unparallel Way

Today, a new public sculpture by my incredible friend Emily Weiskopf will be unveiled in Brooklyn- the borough’s largest to date! Maybe it’s because I’m a weirdo (or because I […]

REVS Vs. Luxury Buildings

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Along the High Line behind one of the newer luxury rental towers, Ten23, are two totally contrasting pieces, that face each other. On the side of a building on the […]

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