Searching for Public Art in Riverside Park on a Snowy Sunday Afternoon: Sukyung Kim, Kate Jansyn, Paola Morales, Lee Apt and Ken Shih

January 25, 2016

On a mission to find public art in my Manhattan neighborhood, I hit Riverside Park yesterday afternoon. Here’s a sampling of what I found walking among the snow drifts — overlooking the Hudson River — from 72nd Street down to 59th Street:

Sukyung KimFlow 1 – Cascade

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Kate Jansyn, Fragment of an Angel

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Paola Morales, Thrive

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Lee Apt, Jubilation

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Jubiliation, in its entirety from another angle

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Ken Shih, Can Love Pervade Space? close-up of huge installation

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Accidental art

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Note: Images 1-6  — of the Model to Monument Program (M2M) — represent a collaboration between the Art Students League of New York and New York City Department of Parks & Recreation.

Photos by Lois Stavsky


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