Admire the innovative and memorable art woven into the natural landscape of the park. From sculptures to freestanding installations, new work is introduced every year, so there’s always a reason to come back.
About Public Art
Dahn Vo: We the People
A major new dual-site exhibition inspired by the Statue of Liberty, We the People is a copper replica of the statue in 250 parts fabricated over the course of four years using the original techniques and materials. Visitors to Brooklyn Bridge Park will see a replica of the draped sleeve of the statue’s arm which holds the golden torch. This colossal, 13-piece section will be assembled into three forms and presented alongside the ear of the statue. We the People will be on display at the Pier 3 Greenway Terrace through December 6, 2014. Please click here to learn more about Dahn Vo: We the People and the Public Art Fund.
Grayson Cox: Half Story Mountain
Brooklyn Bridge Park is pleased to welcome a minimalist sculpture by New York-based artist Grayson Cox. Supported by Two Trees Management, Half Story Mountain is a 6-foot tall fiberglass sculpture that resembles a Corbusier lounge chair silhouette embedded into a sculpted mountain form. Half Story Mountain will be on view through July 2014 on the lawn at Empire Fulton Ferry. Please click here to learn more about Grayson Cox.
Public Art Archive
To learn more about about our previous art installations, please click on the pages below:
Public Art Permits
Interested in displaying your art in the park? Please click here to read the guidelines and submit an application.