A New Interactive Map Brings Together NYC’s Public Artworks

Isamu Noguchi's 'Cube.' Isamu Noguchi's 'Cube.' Flickr

The New York City Department of Parks & Recreation recently launched an app that allows users to browse the city’s panoply of public art installations. Both permanent and temporary artworks are featured and can be searched via zip code and address. Among the city’s myriad public art treasures are Isamu Noguchi’s Cube sculpture in lower Manhattan and Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ General Sherman monument in Central Park.

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