Public Art & Green Spaces
Sure, Central Park is uptown, but Lower Manhattan is lush with inviting green space and art-stocked New York City is home to some of the most impressive art museums in the world, with everything on view from ancient Egyptian temples to Renaissance masterpieces to Andy Warhol’s Campbell Soup cans. But you don’t have to hit the subway and pay museum admission just to see great art. You might not immediately think of Lower Manhattan as an art lover’s paradise. But the walkable square mile south of Chambers Street is, in fact, a grand, open-air museum, with dozens of permanent and temporary installations of large-scale sculptures and public art.
The walkable square mile south of Chambers Street is, in fact, a grand, open-air museum, with dozens of permanent and temporary installations of large-scale sculpture and public art.You might not immediately think of Lower Manhattan as an art…Learn More »
What To See and Do Outside
Be sure to check it out before it departs on March 6.
You can spot this stunning Georgie Nakima piece on Vesey Street.
It’s time to sweep those pine needles off the living room floor until next year.
The Downtown Alliance has partnered with Art on the Ave NYC for a six-week stretch of holiday-themed visual art installations and events taking place in empty storefronts along Nassau Street.
The exhibit’s opening coincided with World Environment Day on June 5.
The art will be on view through June 21.
Shout out to the enthusiastic residents and neighbors who have already come through.
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