Tag Archives: High Line

Too Much Future

Too Much Future is a new work of public art from the Whitney Museum’s #Public Art series. Each piece is installed on the facade of a building across the street from the New York City institution and can also be viewed from the … Continue reading

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Blind Idealism Is Reactionary

American artist and graphic designer Barbara Kruger is probably best known for her text-based art. You see her latest major work from New York city’s ever-popular High Line Park at West 22nd Street in Chelsea. The text is a play … Continue reading

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Reading Project

For the past year or so, stacks of books have been appearing around New York City with attached notes which read: “Take a book. Any book. Email the artist when you’ve finished it.” The mystery man behind The Reading Project … Continue reading

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A NSFW Tour of NYC

Comedian Greg Benson may be from Texas, but he effing loves New York City. His highly condensed, expletive-laden tour of the city hits just enough of the highlights to feel his love for the Big Apple. If you can handle the language, … Continue reading

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Testing the Low Line

I’m a big fan of New York City’s High Line park—and who isn’t. So, I was happy to hear that the test lab for the city’s proposed Low Line Underground Park has opened. For the next five months, visitors can … Continue reading

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Playing on the High Line

Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson has just created a wonderfully playful little project for New York City’s hugely popular High Line park. The collectivity project , developed in collaboration with ten architectural firms with local buildings, is an interactive installation that … Continue reading

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Luminous Words

If you are strolling the High Line in NYC during the next month or two, you may want to take step off for a short detour to visit the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery in Chelsea for a fantastic new exhibition. Luminous Words … Continue reading

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New York City : Day to Night

Last Sunday’s post included this (above) astonishing photograph, which artfully captures the duality of life in the Big Apple. The photo is from the upcoming exhibition by Stephen Wilkes that will run from September 8 to October 29, 2011 at … Continue reading

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