6 public art installations in 6 parks. The map of public art installations connects the neighborhoods of Harlem and explores permanent and temporary artworks.
Permanent installations include: Keith Haring’s Crack is Wack mural which was restored last year and Jorge Luis Rodriguez’s sculpture Growth, installed in 1985 which was the first completed project of the Percent for Art program.
Murals: Saya Woolfalk, Ally Oop is painted on the basketball court in Marcus Garvey Park and East Harlem at Play painted by a collective of Latinx artists pays tribute to a Basketball legend in White Park.
Temporary sculptures: Kenseth Armstead, Boulevard of African Monarchs is currently on view in the pedestrian plaza at A. Philip Randolph square. Zaq Landsberg’s, Reclining Liberty 🗽 is coming to Morningside Park at the end of April and will remain on view for 1 year.
Pick up a FREE map with color photos of all of the artworks:
Amuse Bouche Bistro at La Marqueta (115th Street and Park Avenue), the Farmers Market at Morningside Park (110th Street), and JVS Project Space (181 East 108th Street) Kente Royal Gallery (2373 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd.)
The printed version of the map folds down to 5.5″ x 8.5″ so is easy to carry around and features full color photos of the artworks and brief descriptions. The map was sponsored by NYC & Company Foundation.