Street Art NYC Rounds Up Battery Park's Captivating Public Art

Battery Park is one of those places you tend to avoid in the City due to the overcrowding of tourists, painted statue of liberty breakdancers and $5 hot dog stands. If you end up in the park thought, take a look around at some of the impressive public art and sculptures on display year-round.

As the line between street art and public art continues to blur, we find ourselves increasingly intrigued by the range of public art that surfaces in NYC parks. What follows is a sampling of what we’ve captured these past few months in Battery Park.

Check out the original article on Street Art NYC for more.

German sculptor Fritz Koenig, the Sphere, the sole surviving artwork from the grounds of the original World Trade Center
German sculptor Fritz Koenig, the Sphere, the sole surviving artwork from the grounds of the original World Trade Center
Ned Smyth, The Upper Room, close-up
Ned Smyth, The Upper Room, close-up
British artist Tony Cragg, Resonating Bodies (one of two bronze sculptures resembling giant musical instruments)
British artist Tony Cragg, Resonating Bodies (one of two bronze sculptures resembling giant musical instruments)
Jim Dine, The Ape & Cat (at the Dance)
Jim Dine, The Ape & Cat (at the Dance)
 Constance Mallinson, Souvenir (fragment) for the Cool Globes traveling exhibition
Constance Mallinson, Souvenir (fragment) for the Cool Globes traveling exhibition
Nancy L Steinmeyer First We Scream, Then We Are for the Cool Globes traveling exhibition
Nancy L Steinmeyer First We Scream, Then We Are for the Cool Globes traveling exhibition

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