An artist’s rendering depicts a sculpture for Long Island City, Queens as a blast of pink – 8 feet long – called “The Sunbather.”
There are about 10,000 unidentified victims on medical examiners’ shelves in the United States and 1,200 here in New York.
After years of controversy, there still has been no decision made on what to do with a popular sculpture that stood on the plaza at the old World Trade Center.
The aluminum colossus dubbed “Walking Figure” appeared at the airport in Westhampton, not far from the village and beaches.
Sculpture gardens offer the best of two lovely worlds: art and nature. Here are five in New York worth exploring and enjoying.
Right underneath the Manhattan Bridge in DUMBO is another Dumbo. The huge big pink elephant has been in the Archway Plaza for months and is quite the star on social media.
British street artist Banksy has now hit all five boroughs in his month-long New York “residency” and his work has continued to turn heads.
The roughly two mile-stretch of Hudson River Park between Grand Street in Tribeca and West 29th in Chelsea offers tremendous views of the New Jersey shoreline, the Manhattan skyline and Lady Liberty herself, along with eight fascinating works of art.
Suse Lowenstein, who lives in Montauk, N.Y., on the far eastern tip of Long Island, has the massive sculpture, called “Dark Elegy,” on display in her backyard garden.
Right now, the sculpture that once stood in the plaza at the World Trade Center can be found in Battery Park.
“The Vision of a Genius” will run from Nov. 3 to April 30, 2011.