Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
Dia Chelsea reopens with an exhibition of newly commissioned works by Lucy Raven featuring two kinetic light sculptures occupying the entirety of the former Alcamo marble-cutting factory. In an adjacent gallery, she exhibits a film that was shot over two years at a concrete plant in Bellevue, Idaho. Together, these two projects explore properties of speed, pressure, and materiality (both geological and synthetic) in the context of the Western United States.
Open Wednesday–Saturday 12–6 pm; free advanced reservations required.
Nine artists approach music through different lenses—historical, political, performative, and playful—in new installations and soundscapes installed throughout the High Line.
Sit next to human shaped sculptures made with colorful musical instruments, explore what stories discarded objects tell when played and hear what happens when a railway spike becomes a bell. Daily at dusk, see…More info
See a garland of giant faux wildflowers in suspended animation in a celebration of the collaborative spirit that animated Claes Oldenburg and the late Coosje van Bruggen’s artistic achievements and romantic partnership. Survey seminal works in sculpture including some of the most famous landmarks in urban and civic spaces around the world and learn about…More info
Stop by interactive building station in heated structures along West 16th Street. Playful materials including LEGO, Magna-Tiles, Imagination Playground blocks, connect-able straws, and other materials for building; printed cards with activities conceived by architects and educators; and books on architecture and engineering encourage all ages to tap into their creative side, all while staying…More info