It is known as Public Art Fund, it is an organization of independent art. It was founded by Doris Chanin Freedman, and the purpose was showing different pieces of art of different artists in public sites in New York city, thorugh big installations of their master pieces. This project became really important for the rest of the world.
New York is one of the greatest cities because of its artistictic development, a characteristic of this place is its unique urban style that makes us love it even more. New York has many places where we can find art. This project supports many different artists to let them be known by their great talent.
Sky Mirror, Anish Kapoor
Sky Mirror is a public sculpture by Anish Kapoor. Its surface reflects the ever-changing environment.
Van Gogh's Ear - Elmgreen & Dragset
It's a piece about the memory of Van Gogh. The swimming pool is hanging outside Rockefeller Center.
Solar Reserve, John Gerrad
Solar Reserve is a computer simulation of an actual power plant, surrounded by 10,000 mirrors that reflects sunlight.
Table and Four Chairs, Robert Therrien
This is a multi-part sculpture of a dining room set, it is bigger than a original size. It was created with a mixture of aluminium, steel, wood and plastic.
Descension, Anish Kapoor
This ia a giant pool of continuously spiralling water. The piece is sited at Pier One of the narrow park.
Gamezone, Iran do Espírito Santo
With this sculpture the artist could makes us go back in time, and remember all the things about childhood, when we enjoyed playing around with your legos.
Just Two of Us, Katharina Grosse
Grosse placed eighteen large sculptures in two separates clusters between the trees of the plaza.These scupltures engaging turn the park into a square existing architectural landscape attractive, which is characterized by massive shapes vibrant colors.
United Enemies, Thomas Schütte
United Enemies has its origins in a series of small figures the artist made with modeling clay in the early 1900. Their paised forms are highly abstracted, with heads emerging from swaddling robes that conceal their limbs.
Human Nature, Ugo Rondinone
Human Nature includes nine colossal stone figures, standing like ancient sentries along the full length of Rockefeller Plaza.
Spinning Airplane, Paola Pivi
The idea for the spinning airplane came, from a vision she had. She is not trying to say more than what people see.
Total Recall, Martin Basher
Total Recall is borrowed from Paul Verhoeven's 1990 film. The works in Total Recall are united through their power to create a new experience for viewers outside of the everyday.
The Ego and the Id, Franz West
The Ego and the Id is internationally acclaimed artist Franz West's largest aluminum sculpture to date. The piece consists of two similar but distinct, brightly colored.
Our Starry Night, James Yamada
When the visitors walk through the portal in the piece, they trigger a metal detector hidden inside the structure's casing. This activates the LED lights.
The New York City Waterfalls, Olafur Eliasson
The New Work City Waterfalls, a major work of public art by Olafur Eliasson. The sculpture is sited in the historic New York Harbor.
A Clearing in the Streets, Julie Farris and Sarah Wayland-Smith
A Clearing in the Streets is a installation commissioned by the Public Art Fund. The structure and limited viewing opportunities magnify the natural cyclical processes of the ecology.
Potential Store Fronts, Beth Campbell
Potential Storefronts transforms a casual peek into a store window into an unexpected visual revelation. It is situated in a corporate building on Maiden Lane in Lower Manhattan.
Corner Plot, Sarah Sze
Corner Plot unites the artist's delicate and dazzling assemblages with her ongoing interest in architecture and the urban environment.
Perceval, Sarah Lucas
Perceval is a life-sized bronze sculpture of a Shire horse pulling a cart overflowing with two oversized marrows.
9 Drawing for Projection, William Kentridge
9 Drawings for Projection is an outdoor performance and film screening that brings together all of the short animated films from internationally renowned South African artist William Kentridge's Soho Eckstein series.
Clouds, Olaf Breuning
Clouds, towers nearly 35 feet above Freedman Plaza. Held aloft among the trees of Central Park by rudimentary steel supports, there are six clouds and are made of polished and painted aluminum.