On view for only two more nights, Public Art Fund’s newest exhibition by New York based artist Tony Oursler is a must-see this Halloween season. Tear of the Cloud is free and open to the public from 7 pm - 10pm and transforms Riverside Park South into an eerie, ghostly landscape that features a series of new videos projected on the unusual "canvas" of the landmarked 69th Street Transfer Bridge gantry, the flowing waters of the Hudson River, and the surrounding landscape.

Inspired by the lesser known narratives of the Hudson River and Valley region —including The Headless Horseman, Grandmaster Flash, The Manhattan Project, IBM’s Deep Blue Knight Sacrifice, and more—these new projections are paired with an otherworldly soundscape featuring new music by Kim Gordon.

Tony Oursler: Tear of the Cloud, 2018 (Multi-channel installation / Courtesy of the artist / Photo: Nicholas Knight, Courtesy of Public Art Fund, NY)

Make sure to catch this quintessential fall outdoor artwork this week, a must see this Halloween season!

Tony Oursler: Tear of the Cloud is on view through October 31 (Tuesday & Wednesday), 7:00pm - 10:00pm in Riverside Park South (between 68th and 70th Streets) near Pier I on New York City’s Upper West Side. More information at PublicArtFund.org.

Tony Oursler: Tear of the Cloud from Public Art Fund on Vimeo.

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