We're pleased to announce an upcoming piece in our High Line Art  program, an ongoing series of commissions and collaborations. This May, a new work entitled Viewing Station will debut by artist Richard Galpin, who is best known for his altered and abstract photographs of cityscapes.
For the High Line, Galpin will create a 'viewing station' that will provide a manipulated view of the High Line's surroundings, recalling the artist's abstract photographic work. Park visitors will look through a viewing apparatus lined up with a metal screen from which geometric shapes have been cut. One of the wonderful experiences the High Line has provided to visitors is a new vista of Manhattan. Galpin's artwork will offer a novel reconsideration of our surroundings.
This High Line Art Commission is presented by Friends of the High Line and the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation. High Line Art Commissions are made possible by Donald R. Mullen, Jr.
Read more about Richard Galpin's Work