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You Can Now Nominate a Woman to Become a Monument in NYC
Women.nyc has launched a new campaign.
Exclusive: Watch How Soho’s Gucci Wall Gets Painted
Breakfast With Anselm Kiefer, Who Made That Flying Lead Book at Rock Center
Just don’t write on his cappuccino, please.
Giant Mural on Flatbush Avenue Captures the Brooklyn Way
Brooklyn artist Katie Merz created a cartoonlike mural on a 12,500-square-foot city building.
This Brand Is Putting Up Murals All Over New York City
Get out and ‘gram it.
Rupert Murdoch Plants a Wind-Powered Sculpture in Front of Fox News HQ
“It’s going to stop traffic,” he predicted.
fall preview 2017
Ai Weiwei on His Massive Upcoming Public Art Fund Project
“It is like presenting yourself to an old lover; to give to the city what I never had a chance to achieve when I was there.”
vulture cover story
After Her Sugar Sphinx, Kara Walker Is a Whole Different Kind of Public Figure
And she’s figuring out a whole new approach to public art.
Second Avenue Subway Station Features Portrait of Gay Couple Holding Hands
It’s the first permanent, nonpolitical, LGBTQ public art in the city, according to one expert.
Jeff Koons Will Donate
Bouquet of Tulips
Sculpture to the People of Paris
In commemoration of 2015’s terrorist attacks there.
Finally, the Astor Place Cube Is Back Where It Belongs
Reinstalled Tuesday after a two-year absence.
A Naked Hillary Clinton Statue Sparked a Brawl in Lower Manhattan This Morning
It was only a matter of time.
Here’s What Happens When Vigilante Art Critic Eric André Is Set Loose in NYC
Of course the cops showed up.
This Psychedelic Art Installation May Induce a Drug-Free Trip
Franz Kafka Is Always Watching You, If You’re Outside City Hall in Prague
It’s in the middle of a bustling shopping center in Kafka’s hometown, Prague.
most realistic statue award
Women Taking a Selfie Immortalized in $35,500 Bronze Statue
It now stands outside of City Hall in Sugar Land, Texas.
Can Happy Street Signs Solve Newark’s Crime Problem?
An unprecedented social experiment is about to begin.
Detroit Is Having Its Art Collection Appraised
Hard to watch.
Tourists May Soon Be Able to Gawk at a Piece of Public Art Mocking Them