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"Zero Nukes," created by Mexican artist Pedro Reyes, is part of a program raising awareness of nuclear proliferation, commissioned by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.
The illuminated, musical pedestrian tunnel will be on view through February 13.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission voted unanimously to keep the statue in front of the New York Stock Exchange for three more years, however, the future of Fearless Girl is in question as the artist tries to wrangle her work from State Street Global Advisors.
"We know these beautiful cows will bring joy to our beloved city after such a difficult year."
When life gives you scaffolding, make a lemonworld.
A new statue in Morningside Park shows the iconic Statue of Liberty in repose.
The relocation of the 1960s sculpture called "Orpheus and Apollo" was proposed by architecture critic Paul Goldberger.
Parks spokesperson Crystal Howard told Gothamist that they will not be permanently removed from the city's landscape, just relocated from playgrounds undergoing construction.
The Riverside Park Conservancy will celebrate its 35th anniversary with the public art exhibit "RE:GROWTH, A Celebration of Art, Riverside Park, and the New York Spirit."
They will be shown all around the city, including in Times Square, where the art is displayed on 24 individual screens.