The High Line, in addition to being a magnificent park, is also a outdoor gallery featuring several works of temporary public art throughout the year. As you walk, look for art all around you! Read more.
Carole Eisner's Hosea is a 15ft tall steel and iron sculpture featuring a salvaged railroad gear that refers to the working yellow gear of the tram. See Hosea on display through December 1, 2013. Read more.
Cheryl Farber Smith’s Mellow Yellow is as fun as its name. Painted a brilliant yellow it playfully juxtaposes the most basic of visual elements in an animated dance. See it through October 27, 2013. Read more.
LOTUS features Jaehyo Lee's signature crosscuts of Korean big-cone pine. He meticulously carved, shaped and burned the wood slabs that are attached to a steel armature.On display through October 2013. Read more.
Charles Ginnever is best known for his large-scale works which appear to warp as someone looks at the pieces from different angles. High Rise is on display along the water at 145th through March 2014. Read more.
An international team made of members of the Art Students League of NY have created a total of eight sculptures exploring the function of public space. Located between 59th and 72nd St. until May 2014 Read more.
Lina & Gus Ocamposilva's Dancers of the Wild exhibits three twelve-foot sculptures which express the passion and movement of the human body and the freedom of the soul. See them through November 2013. Read more.
Karlis Rekevics' All-Too-Familiar Tangle references the overlooked aspects of our urban landscape such as the bollards that line the coast or the pink facade of 7 Beach St. View until June 27, 2014. Read more.
Albert Paley's Paley on Park Avenue features multiple steel structures that vary in weight (2.5 to 7.5 tons) with dimensions as large as 21ft high and 40ft long. On display until November 8, 2013. Read more.
Fanny Allie's Serendipity is a life-size silhouette of a formerly homeless man who spent much of his time in the park. The steel figure is a symbol of hope. On display through November 2013. Read more.
Lightness of Being is a new group exhibition whose work displays a playful and irreverent attitude toward the formal ideals of classical sculpture. On view through December 13, 2013. Read more.
Located on the barriers, Jade Chan's In Flight is a representation of the freedom and strength of the human spirit inspired by the liberating vision of birds in flight. See it through July 2014. Read more.
Check out the barriers displaying Patty Harris' design. Inspired by the way water moves, Ride the Wave uses simple forms to express the undulating movement and pattern of waves. See it until July 2014 Read more.
As a surf regular, John Garcia pays tribute to surf culture with images of surfers on waves on top of an aquatic backdrop that captures the mystery and beauty of the ocean. View it until July 2014. Read more.
Chat Traversio’s On a Fence transforms the fence into an interactive structure which inverts the meaning of the fence from a physical barrier to a place of inclusion. On display until Nov 30, 2013. Read more.
Rest Stop leverages the MillionTreesNYC Initiative by using creating custom planter/benches that temporarily hold replacement trees bound for local buildings. View it until Nov 30, 2013. Read more.
Jennifer Wen Ma’s Inked Garden is a garden painted black with charcoal-based Chinese ink which returns to green over time, serving as a testament to the perseverance of life. See it until Nov 30, 2013 Read more.
Mary Mattingly’s Triple Island is a scalable, amphibious ecosystem serving as a habitat in preparation for increased ecological instability and the lack of livable land. On display until Nov 30, 2013. Read more.
Nanna Debois Buhl’s “Do you remember the bananas?” is a painted herbarium depicting the banana plants that historically entered the city, traversing Pier 42 until 1987. See it until Nov 30, 2013 Read more.