For the past several months, visitors of all ages to the High Line have been busily constructing and reconstructing an imaginary cityscape. Presented by Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson, the collectivity project, an installation of two tons of white LEGO® bricks, is part of the High Line’s open-air group exhibition, Panorama. - See more
#111111; font-family: Arial, 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 10px; font-variant: normal; -webkit-text-stroke-color: initial;">Known for his iconic life-size stick figures that have surfaced throughout the globe, East London-based #2361a1;" href="http://stik.org/">Stik has attained celebrity status with #2361a1;" href="http://www.randomhouse.co.uk/editions/stik/9781780893334" target="_blank">Random House‘s recent release of his first #2361a1;" href="http://www.randomhouse.co.uk/editions/stik/9781780893334">book. Here is an interview with the artist while in London last month: #ffffff; -webkit-text-stroke-color: initial;" href="http://streetartnyc.org/#sthash.VCdsi0KJ.dpuf" target="_blank">See more
You don't just have to be a kid to go. Here's a look inside Jeppe Hein‘s delightful open-air exhibit, Please Touch the Art curated by Nicholas Baume and brought to us by the Public Art Fund.
We love the way discarded and found objects — or fragments of them – are transformed into public art. Here’s a small sampling: