Park update: The section of the High Line between 30th St. and 11th Ave. and 34th St. and 12th Ave. is temporarily closed.

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Commissions

Working with emerging and world-renowned artists, we commission and produce new work specifically for the High Line each year. These sculptures, installations, murals—and more—challenge traditional notions of public art in both playful and critical ways. High Line Commissions are regularly on view for one year, providing new perspectives on each work with the passing seasons. Past commissions include works by El Anatsui, Carol Bove, Barbara Kruger, and Nari Ward, among others.

Working with emerging and world-renowned artists, we commission and produce new work specifically for the High Line each year. These sculptures, installations, murals—and more—challenge traditional notions of public art in both playful and critical ways. High Line Commissions are regularly on view for one year, providing new perspectives on each work with the passing seasons. Past commissions include works by El Anatsui, Carol Bove, Barbara Kruger, and Nari Ward, among others.

On View In April

En Plein Air

Various Artists

An open-air group exhibition that broadens and challenges the tradition of outdoor painting.

Ruth Ewan

Silent Agitator

Ruth Ewan presents Silent Agitator, a clock that pays tribute to labor history.

Dorothy Iannone

I Lift My Lamp Beside the Golden Door

Dorothy Iannone presents her first public art work in the form of a mural depicting three colorful Statues of Liberty.

Explore

Channel

Everyday at dusk, on the High Line on 14th St., we screen a rotating selection of video art, including both new and historic works.

Performances

Artists create participatory, dynamic performances and transformative experiences that take advantage of the High Line’s setting.

Plinth

This new landmark destination for major public art commissions will launch in 2019.