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East Village/Lower East Side Street Art

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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until April 30, 2021

The Lower East Side
Orchard Street between Delancey and E. Houston Lower Manhattan
New York, New York

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FREE

Look for lots of cool murals around this hip neighborhood, on walls, sliding metal gates and on the sidewalk. Current favorite include a I ❤️ NY mural at The Jones NYC (Great Jones Street & Bowery), a swing you can sit on among tulips at Bloomeffects (Bowery & Bleecker), a heart door at Ladybird (7th Street & First Ave) , and rainbow faces on Avenue A – see this guide for some tips but feel free to wander as it’s always changing. Find photos of our latest discoveries on our instagram.

Daiga Grantina: What Eats Around Itself

Walk among large-scale sculptural assemblages that emulate the natural world, often resembling terrariums and vegetation. Latvian artist Daiga Grantina’s labored configurations employ synthetic materials and incorporate conflicting physical qualities: soft and hard, transparent and opaque, mobile and static, strong and weak.

A new suspended site-specific sculptural installation interweaves cast silicone with paint, latex, fabric, and…

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East Village/Lower East Side Street Art

Look for lots of cool murals around this hip neighborhood, on walls, sliding metal gates and on the sidewalk. Current favorite include a I ❤️ NY mural at The Jones NYC (Great Jones Street & Bowery), a swing you can sit on among tulips at Bloomeffects (Bowery & Bleecker), a heart door at More info

Goodnight House

Explore an immersive group exhibition of works inspired by the American children’s book classic, Goodnight Moon, written by Margaret Wise Brown and illustrated by Clement Hurd, first published in 1947. Through contemporary reimaginings of various objects found within the book’s bedroom setting, Goodnight House explores how the (slightly subversive) book has been woven into a…

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Daiga Grantina: What Eats Around Itself

Walk among large-scale sculptural assemblages that emulate the natural world, often resembling terrariums and vegetation. Latvian artist Daiga Grantina’s labored configurations employ synthetic materials and incorporate conflicting physical qualities: soft and hard, transparent and opaque, mobile and static, strong and weak.

A new suspended site-specific sculptural installation interweaves cast silicone with paint, latex, fabric, and…

More info