Calder Gardens Philadelphia will present a rotating selection of masterworks from the Calder Foundation including mobiles and paintings.
Florida Highwaymen paintings at Orlando International Airport Terminal C
The Florida Highwaymen paintings at Orlando International Airport were painted by Mary Ann Carroll, Roy McClendon and Willie Daniels.
Al Black Florida Highwaymen mural in Gainesville completed
Al Black, one of the last living original Florida Highwaymen artists, completed a Highwaymen mural in Gainesville.
Massive Criola mural added to Miami Design District
Miami Design District’s latest public artwork was designed by one of the world’s most prominent and coveted muralists, Criola.
Theaster Gates Monument installed at Drexel University in Philly
Theaster Gates Monument in Waiting has been installed on Drexel University’s campus in University City, Philadelphia.
UFO installation coming to LoPresti Park jetty in Boston
Eli Brown premieres Beam Me Down, a public art installation of an unidentified flying object, at LoPresti Park jetty in East Boston.
Vantage South End sculpture inspires curiosity at Charlotte development
‘AURUM,’ an outdoor sculpture by artist Ivan Toth Depeña, is the centerpiece of Vantage South End, a just-completed mixed-use development.
Enormous Wyatt Kahn sculptures coming to City Hall Park in Lower Manhattan
Wyatt Kahn sculptures have adapted forms previously explored in his canvas works, combining elements of abstraction with “readymade” objects.
Janet Zweig creates new public sculpture for Boston Common
Janet Zweig will unveil a large, participatory public sculpture for an installation beginning September 22 on historic Boston Common.
National Mall COVID-19 flag memorial commemorates 610,00 U.S. deaths
Maryland artist Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg will bring In America: Remember, a public art installation commemorating all Americans who have died due to COVID-19 to the…
Mark Reigelman ‘Groundswell’ latest installation at Alexandria, VA’s Waterfront Park
‘Groundswell,’ by Brooklyn-based artist Mark Reigelman, brings an element of play to Alexandria’s changing shoreline.