Art therapy you can enjoy around NYC

March 13, 2021 | 4:44pm | Updated March 13, 2021 | 4:44pm 1 of 20 People experience Geometric Properties, a psychedelic digital installation, by Julius Horsthuis at Artechouse in Chelsea Market on March 4, 2021. Stephen Yang 2 of 20 People experience Geometric Properties, a psychedelic digital installation, by Julius […]


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People experience Geometric Properties, a psychedelic digital installation, by Julius Horsthuis at Artechouse in Chelsea Market on March 4, 2021.

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People experience Geometric Properties, a psychedelic digital installation, by Julius Horsthuis at Artechouse in Chelsea Market on March 4, 2021.

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Two children experience Geometric Properties, a psychedelic digital installation, by Julius Horsthuis at Artechouse in Chelsea Market on March 4, 2021.

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People experience Geometric Properties, a psychedelic digital installation, by Julius Horsthuis at Artechouse in Chelsea Market on March 4, 2021.

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Geometric Properties, a psychedelic digital installation, by Julius Horsthuis at Artechouse in Chelsea Market on March 4, 2021.

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“Deep Shadow (Michael Brown Sr.)” on Roosevelt Avenue between 51st and 50th street in Queens.

Ethiopian American artist Awol Erizku’s “New Visions for Iris,” photography exhibition appears on 200 bus shelters across New York City.

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“Arrival” on Fulton St and Tompkins Ave in Brooklyn.

Ethiopian American artist Awol Erizku’s “New Visions for Iris,” photography exhibition appears on 200 bus shelters across New York City.

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“Park Match” on Roosevelt Avenue and Skillman Ave in Queens.

Ethiopian American artist Awol Erizku’s “New Visions for Iris,” photography exhibition appears on 200 bus shelters across New York City.

Stephen Yang


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“The Last Tears of the Deceased” on Roosevelt Avenue and 50th street in Queens.

Ethiopian American artist Awol Erizku’s “New Visions for Iris,” photography exhibition appears on 200 bus shelters across New York City.

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Poet Lucille Clifton’s words “Come celebrate with me that everyday something has tried to kill me and has failed” on the Prospect Park Bandshell on March 11, 2021. Prospect Park Bandshell has turned into a venue for artists lately, with the unveiling of a public art project commissioned by Brooklyn artist collective Brooklyn Hi-Art! Machine.

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“Intertwining Colors” by artists Hisham Akira Bharoocha and Maria Lupianez are hand painted murals at NYCHA’s Fulton Houses on 9th avenue and 17th street in Manhattan. The mural features portraits of members of the local community.

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“Intertwining Colors” by artists Hisham Akira Bharoocha and Maria Lupianez features portraits of members of the local community.

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“Talking Heads” at 85 Broad Street by Viktor Vicsek. The art installation is two 21-foot-tall heads covered in 4,000 LED lights, which communicate with each other by illuminating in patterns.

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“Talking Heads” at 85 Broad Street by Viktor Vicsek. The art installation is two 21-foot-tall heads covered in 4,000 LED lights, which communicate with each other by illuminating in patterns.

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“Talking Heads” at 85 Broad Street by Viktor Vicsek. The art installation is two 21-foot-tall heads covered in 4,000 LED lights, which communicate with each other by illuminating in patterns.

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The digital art exhibition, synchronized on electronic billboards throughout Times Square, depicts a birds-eye view of a group of artists engaging in what the artist calls “collective queer and desirous exchange” while attempting to stay afloat together.

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Raul Ayala’s mural on Houston and Bowery is one of many that have existed on the wall, which is owned by Goldman Properties and has commissioned many different street artists.

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Raul Ayala’s mural on Houston and Bowery is one of many that have existed on the wall, which is owned by Goldman Properties and has commissioned many different street artists.

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“Looking Up” by Tom Friedman, a stainless steel sculpture in front of Rockefeller Center’s main plaza on 5th avenue between 49th and 50th street.

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