Artist Nina Chanel Abney brings NYC LOVE to The High Line

      From her commission at the newly renovated David Geffen Hall to The High Line, a new mural by artist Nina Chanel Abney titled NYC LOVE is on view on the High Line this week. NYC LOVE is a celebration of New York City via its iconography, and is located on one of the […]

Sam Durant’s Untitled (drone) Heading to The High Line Plinth in May, 2021

      On the heals of The High Line Plinth’s inaugural installation, Simone Leigh: Brick House, today The High Line announced its next artist ~ Sam Durant: Untitled (drone), arriving on the Plinth in May.

The High Line unveils Shortlisted Proposals for The Plinth with Sculptural Maquette’s on View & the Winner is……..

      Update December 1, 2022 ~ and the winner is Pamela Rosenkranz ‘Old Tree’, a 25-foot tall sculpture in vivid pink and red. Located on the High Line at 30th Street and 10th Avenue, the Plinth is a landmark destination for major public art that features a rotating program of new monumental commissions. […]

Preparing for The High Line Extensions!

      Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced a proposal to extend the High Line in Manhattan to give pedestrians seamless access to the elevated pathway from the recently opened Moynihan Train Hall as part of the 2021 State of the State. As part of a public-private partnership, Brookfield Property Group will partner with Empire State […]

‘Old Tree’ the Spring 2023 Commission by Pamela Rosenkranz Now on View on The High Line Plinth

      The High Line would like you to share your thoughts on 80 artists’ proposals for the third and fourth High Line Plinth commissions to open in 2022 and 2024. And the winner is ~ Old Tree, a 25-foot-tall sculpture in vivid pink and red, by artist Pamela Rosenkranz. Located on the High […]

Simone Leigh: Brick House ~ the Inaugural Installation on the High Line Plinth

      As the High Line extends north, the new extended section known as the High Line Plinth will unveil its inaugural installation when it opens in June, 2019.  And since June is right around the corner, we spied a work-in-progress, the inaugural installation ~ Simone Leigh’s Brick House, seen from 10th Avenue at […]

En Plein Air on The High Line for Spring 2019

    This Spring, the High Line will welcome eight international artists to set up their easels and work En Plein Air ~ in an artistic dialogue with the surrounding landscape.

Max Ernst on The High Line

    On the roof of Kasmin Gallery, in the Kasmin Sculpture Garden, we spotted three Max Ernst sculptures placed at random in and around the skylights. The sculpture garden happens to be in tucked in the curve of Zaha Hadid’s first architectural project in New York, on the High Line near 28th Street.

Phyllida Barlow prop ~ Coming to the High Line in April

    The first artwork ever to be presented on the Northern Spur Preserve of The High Line, will be by the British artist Phyllida Barlow, and will be installed next month.

High Line Presents Proposals for 2026 + 2027 Plinth & They Want to Know What You Think

      Now that Pamela Rosenkranz ‘Old Tree‘ is firmly planted on the High Line Plinth for the season, The High Line is gearing-up with proposals for 2026 and 2027. So ~ toot your horn and help The High Line select its shortlist.

‘Hats: Humor and High Design’ by the Milliners Guild Unveiled in Garment District Space for Public Art

      The Garment District Alliance announced the latest in its ongoing series of public art exhibits, showcasing a collection of 28 hats, titled Hats: Humor and High Design, designed by the finalists of an international millinery competition as well as select members of the Milliners Guild. Located in a street-level window at 215 […]

Designs Unveiled for the New High Line ~ Moynihan Connector

      Governor Kathy Hochul today unveiled designs for the new High Line – Moynihan Connector, an elevated path that will connect the High Line at 30th Street to Moynihan Train Hall through the new Manhattan West public plaza on 31st Street and Dyer Avenue. We’re excited to be one of the first projects […]

Looking back at José Parlá, ‘Segmented Realities’ on the Plaza at The Standard High Line

      With José Parlá unveiling a new exhibition at The Bronx Museum of the Arts this month, we thought it a good time to take a look back at one of our favorite installations by the artist. Segmented Realities, commissioned by The Standard High Line in 2014.

Espo: 100 Stories Tall at The Strand High Line

      The Standard High Line has taken a page from the New York City art scene in the 80s, with a very cool 200-feet of construction mesh tarp and the well-known graffiti artist, Steve Powers ~ #ESPO.

Get Ready for the Annual High Line Hat Party!

    Strut your stuff at the High Line Hat Party! Sip on cocktails, dance with friends, and enter a fierce runway competition. Remember ~ anything can be a hat. Get inspired by the High Line’s history, evolution, nature, architecture, food, and all-inclusive spirit. This is a raucous, fashion-forward, and bold party you won’t want […]

The Milliners Guild + The Garment District Alliance Present ‘The Rose of Versailles’

      The Garment District Alliance announced the latest in its ongoing series of public art exhibits, showcasing The Rose of Versailles, a collection of fanciful hats and headpieces in partnership with the Milliners Guild in celebration of New York Textile Month. Located in a street-level window at 215 West 38th Street, the exhibit […]

‘Ruth Asawa Through Line’ at The Whitney Museum of American Art

      Ruth Asawa Through Line, opening at the Whitney Museum of American Art on September 16, 2023, spotlights the work of groundbreaking artist Ruth Asawa (1926–2013). Known broadly for her rhythmic looped-wire sculptures, Asawa dedicated herself to daily drawing exercises, which served as the connective tissue―or through line―of her creative process and fueled […]

Artist Sabrina Nelson Celebrates James Baldwin’s 99th Birthday with ‘Frontline Prophet: James Baldwin’

       An exhibition of more than forty unique interpretations of James Baldwin created by Detroit-based artist, Sabrina Nelson, opened at New York’s Interchurch Center on July 12, 2023 and continues through August 31, 2023. The exhibit – Frontline Prophet: James Baldwin includes sketchbooks, drawings, paintings, installations and mixed media compositions developed by the […]

‘Gego: Lines in Space’ to Open at LGDR Flagship Gallery

      LGDR is pleased to present Lines in Space — opening June 7, 2023, at 19 East 64th Street in New York—the first exhibition of Gego’s work at the gallery’s new flagship location. A leading figure of Venezuelan abstraction in the 1960s and ’70s, Gego (1912–1994) created multidimensional works that radically engage the […]

Addressing Climate Change & Our Shorelines, ‘Vulnerable Landscapes’ on View at Staten Island Museum

      Vulnerable Landscapes, now on view at the Staten Island Museum, is an interdisciplinary exhibition that centers the shorelines at the forefront of climate change in one of New York City’s most vulnerable landscapes: Staten Island. The exhibition, which opened on Earth Day, explores Staten Island’s unique challenges due to its geography and […]

New York African Film Festival Announces Complete Lineup for its 30th Edition, May 10-16

      Film at Lincoln Center (FLC) and African Film Festival, Inc. (AFF) will celebrate the kickoff of the 30th New York African Film Festival (NYAFF) at FLC from May 10 to 16. Launched in 1993 and one of the first of its kind in the United States, the festival reflects on the myriad ways […]

‘Calligraphy of Line: The Drawings of Anna Walinska’ at Graham Shay Gallery Through March 3rd

      As we approach Women’s History Month, we highlight an exhibition from this year’s Master Drawings New York. It is Calligraphy of Line: the Drawings of Anna Walinska on view at Graham Shay Gallery through March 3rd.

Victoria Sambunaris: High and Dry at Yancey Richardson in January, 2023

      High and Dry, an exhibition of new photographs by Victoria Sambunaris, documents the inexorable evidence of human activity on the desert landscape from the literal to the geological. The work will be on view at Yancey Richardson from January 5 through February 18, 2023, and will feature seven new large-scale photographs traversing the […]

ImageNation Announces Lineup for its 20th Annual Outdoor Festival Kicking-Off July 9th

      The 20th Annual ImageNation Outdoors Festival kicks off on Saturday July 9th through September 10, 2022. The summer-long program offers free film screenings and music in outdoor venues including a new series held in partnership with the Frederick Douglass Blvd Alliance (FDBA) themed “The Soul of Harlem” primarily featuring films about Harlem […]

Villa Albertine Announced the lineup for the Annual U.S. Edition of ‘Night of Ideas’

      Villa Albertine today announced the lineup for the US edition of Night of Ideas, a free annual nocturnal marathon of philosophical debates, performances, readings and more, hosted in 19 cities across the country this May. The US joins the international community in celebrating this global event, which is being hosted in over […]

Jazz at Lincoln Center announces Lineup for Dizzy’s Club 2022

      Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Dizzy’s Club continues its season of in-person performances in January and February 2022, presenting a diverse lineup that pays tribute to jazz greats, showcases rising stars on the scene, and welcomes award-winning artists whose work runs the gamut of jazz styles and traditions. The year begins with the […]

The Armory Show 2021 at Javits Center ~ September 9-12 + Armory Off-Site & Online

      On September 9, 2021, The Armory Show ~ New York’s Art Fair ~ returned with 212 exhibitors from 37 countries for its 27th edition. 157 of these galleries took part in the physical fair in The Armory Show’s permanent new home, the Javits Center. The Event will also include off-site outdoor art […]

More Life ~ AIDS in the Art World: A 40th Anniversary Timeline at David Zwirner Gallery

      More Life ~ AIDS in the Art World: A Timeline at David Zwirner Gallery is an exhibition and timeline marking the fortieth anniversary of the US Centers for Disease Control first reporting on the disease we came to know as AIDS. More Life highlights a selection of artists whose lives were cut […]

NYC Parks Unveils New Soccer Field at Highbridge Park

      NYC Parks Commissioner Mitchell J. Silver, FAICP, joined Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez, State Senator Robert Jackson, Community Board 12 Chair Eleazar Bueno, Parks Committee Chair Elizabeth Lorris Ritter, District Manager Ebenezer Smith, Washington Heights BID Executive Director Isidro Medina, Uptown Soccer Academy co-founder David Sykes, and ESPN soccer announcer Roberto Abramowitz this […]

MTA Arts & Design at Hudson Yards #7 Line ~ Xenobia Bailey

      In 2015, Hudson Yards and its surrounding area looked like nothing more than an enormous construction site, with so many different projects, it was hard to separate one from the other. But in September of that year, the MTA completed and opened its #7 crosstown subway line to Hudson Yards, and the […]

Art Installations, Exhibits & Online Viewing in NYC to Add to Your List in September, 2020

    Stepping out of a muggy, hot summer, our City takes a giant step opening more businesses, museums and other entertainment venues, learning new phrases like timed-entry & physical-distancing, and considering face masks as necessary as our cell phones. Here are a few suggestions, new and still on view, in September.

Art Installations, Exhibits & Online Viewing in NYC to Add to Your List in August, 2020

    Now in Phase 4, our City continues to open its doors, navigating cautiously, keeping social distance and wearing masks. The green light has been given to low-risk venues like zoos and botanical gardens. Several galleries are now open with timed registration or limited capacity. Outdoor dining puts us one-step closer to ‘almost back […]

The Rubin Museum of Art Launches New Online Collection Database

    With a globally renowned collection of nearly 4,000 objects spanning more than 1,500 years from the Himalayan region, the Rubin Museum of Art launches a new and improved online collection database today. A total of 381 objects from the Rubin Museum’s permanent collection are now available at This marks the first phase […]

Art Installations & Exhibits in NYC to Add to Your List + Online Viewing Rooms ~ July, 2020

    Moving into the month of July, artists reflect in their artwork the very sentiment in our featured image entitled, Besieged, by artist Jerome Lagarrigue in the current exhibition Young Artists: One at Fridman Gallery. Best said by the gallery, here they “hope to not only create space for the voices of artists, but […]

Art Installations, Performances & Exhibits in our Parks + Online ~ June, 2020

    Online Viewing Rooms and our local Parks, large and small, have supported our efforts to stay healthy and positive during this difficult time. As we prepare for reopening June 8th, we continue with these creative ways to connect. June brings with it more than 40 art installations, performances and online exhibits to add […]

Art Installations, Performances & Exhibits in our Parks + Online ~ May, 2020

    Museums and galleries have shut their doors, but not their commitment to art and the artists they represent.  Online Viewing Rooms have been popping up due to the ban on public gatherings, and parks and public spaces have become a respite for New Yorkers getting a breath of fresh air and enjoying a […]

Fort Gansevoort Gallery debuts ‘Seeing Through You’, a Series of Weekly Online Exhibitions

    Fort Gansevoort Gallery will open its online window, announcing SEEING THROUGH YOU, a series of weekly online exhibitions organized for the gallery by invited curators and scholars. Launching with its first exhibition on Thursday, March 26, 2020, this initiative will highlight artists from around the globe and aim to initiate lively discourse among […]

Art Installations, Performances & Exhibits in our Parks + Online to Add to Your List in April, 2020

    Museums and galleries have shut their doors, but not their commitment to art and the artists they represent.  Online Viewing Rooms have been popping up due to the ban on public gatherings, and parks and public spaces have become a respite for New Yorkers getting a breath of fresh air and enjoying a […]

Visit the New Exhibition, ‘Louis Bourgeois. Drawings 1947-2007’ in the Online Viewing Room at Hauser & Wirth NYC

    We appreciate museums and galleries offering free content online, along with new virtual gallery exhibitions. Hauser & Wirth New York will launch the online exhibition, Louise Bourgeois. Drawings 1947-2007, on March 25, 2020.

Calling all High School Students!

$200 stipend, free Metrocard, lunch + three college credits for Public High School Students that are chosen. Students who are 14-18 years of age and currently enrolled in a New York area public high school are invited to apply. Apply now! Deadline is March 2, 2020 The School of Visual Arts is partnering with environmental […]

NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission Launches ‘Seneca Village Unearthed’ ~ an Online Exhibit & Collection of Artifacts

      Today, the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) announced the launch of Seneca Village Unearthed, an online exhibit and collection of artifacts from what was once New York City’s largest community of free African-American landowners. Seneca Village was located in what is now Central Park, a scenic landmark. Through this online […]

Line and Frame: A Survey of European Comic Art at Danese/Corey

      The exhibition, Line and Frame: A Survey of European Comic Art will bring together over 40 European artists from the last 70 years. This is the first time a rare strip and “crayonné” by Franco-Belgian master Hergé from his series, The Adventures of Tintin: Les Bijoux de la Castafiore will be on […]

Vanessa German: Trampoline at Fort Gansevoort

      Fort Gansevoort, in association with Pavel Zoubok Fine Art, is pleased to present Vanessa German, TRAMPOLINE: Resilience & Black Body & Soul, opening Thursday, November 7th, 2019. German’s exhibition will showcase her richly encrusted sculptures, which she refers to as power-figures, alongside a series of wall-mounted altars that each act as seers […]

‘Lineage’ to Open at JoAnne Artman Gallery NYC ~ November 14th

      JoAnne Artman Gallery will open its doors to, LINEAGE, an exhibition that focuses attention on the intersection of decorative and functional elements of contour and linear stylization. Addressing the fundamental component of the line within artistic composition, LINEAGE explores the possibilities of perspective, volume, and interaction of planes. Suggesting the line as […]

Emily Copeland: Lineage at Bernarducci Gallery

      Bernarducci Gallery will open its doors to Lineage, a solo exhibition of work by Canadian artist, Emily Copeland ~ whose artistry favors using vintage flea market finds as her subjects, bringing them to life in charcoal.

Heather Day & Kathryn Macnaughton in Pour ~ at Joshua Liner Gallery

      Pour: Heather Day & Kathryn Macnaughton will open at Joshua Liner Gallery this week. This two-person exhibition features new works on canvas from San Francisco-based Heather Day and Toronto-based Kathryn Macnaughton.

Siah Armajani: Bridge Over Tree + Follow This Line ~ Met Breuer & Public Art Fund at Brooklyn Bridge Park

      The Iranian-born, American sculpture artist, Siah Armajani is best known for his works of public art in bridges, gazebos, gardens, and reading rooms across the United States and Europe. The artist has arrived in New York with a two-pronged installation and exhibition. The outdoor component will be featured by The Public Art […]

Andrew Schoultz in ‘Full Circle’ at Joshua Liner Gallery

    The artist Andrew Schoultz, in his second solo exhibition at Joshua Liner Gallery, presents ‘Full Circle’ ~ works on paper, paintings, and new mixed media American flags.