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...to the point where it is nearly impossible to bridge the two audiences. Spectacle has replaced formal rigor, to the point where those experienced in looking at art expect a frisson to accompany their experience of what they see. Sometimes, the frisson can be genuine, connected to a serious...

...across the wooden thoroughfare on the Brooklyn Bridge toward Brooklyn. While the park is not exactly a destination spot for tourists, it is also true that it receives many passersby--usually those making the pilgrimage across the lower end of the East River to Brooklyn Heights. What better place...

...view through October 23rd 2016 On Pier 6 of the Brooklyn Bridge Park stands a gigantic red neon sign. Fifty feet wide and 26 feet high, it rotates on itself at varying speeds and spells out the word “understanding”. This is British artist Martin Creed’s latest monumental work, which was...

...orange benches reinvent the art of sitting to admire the landscape. Jeppe Hein: Please Touch the Art May 17, 2015– March 20, 2016 Brooklyn Bridge Park New York City Produced by Public Art Fund. Exhibition supported by Bloomberg Philanthropies. For more information. 

...1984 in California. Light over time, Sam Falls July 30, 2014 – May 29, 2015 Light Over Time MetroTech Commons, Brooklyn, New York www.publicartfund.org/view/exhibitions/6043_sam_falls_light_over_time