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July 25, 2019

Twenty Years Ago Today: A New York Times Article, Two Residents, and a Historic Community Board Meeting

By High Line

On this day 20 years ago, an article on the High Line ran in the New York Times. In it, a new idea was proposed for the elevated rail, which was slated...

Twenty Years Ago Today: A New York Times Article, Two Residents, and a Historic Community Board Meeting

By High Line | July 25, 2019

On this day 20 years ago, an article on the High Line ran in the New York Times. In it, a new idea was proposed for the elevated rail, which was slated for demolition at the time.

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July 24, 2019

"A New Understanding of Place": An Interview with High Line Art Associate Curator Melanie Kress

By High Line

High Line Art’s associate curator, Melanie Kress discusses the history, present, and future of our Channel video program and performance series.

"A New Understanding of Place": An Interview with High Line Art Associate Curator Melanie Kress

By High Line | July 24, 2019

High Line Art’s associate curator, Melanie Kress discusses the history, present, and future of our Channel video program and performance series.

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June 28, 2019

Behind the Bushes: The Gay History of the High Line

By High Line

If the High Line is a landmark today, much of the credit goes to the LGBTQ+ community.

Behind the Bushes: The Gay History of the High Line

By High Line | June 28, 2019

If the High Line is a landmark today, much of the credit goes to the LGBTQ+ community.

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June 6, 2019

A Zombie Fish on the Plate of Public Space: An Interview with High Line En Plein Air Artist Ei Arakawa

By High Line Art

For the High Line 2019 group exhibition En Plein Air, Ei Arakawa installs two new singing LED paintings at 26th Street.

A Zombie Fish on the Plate of Public Space: An Interview with High Line En Plein Air Artist Ei Arakawa

By High Line Art | June 6, 2019

For the High Line 2019 group exhibition En Plein Air, Ei Arakawa installs two new singing LED paintings at 26th Street.

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May 31, 2019

In the Works: A Studio Visit with Ryan Sullivan

By High Line Art

Artist Ryan Sullivan looks to improvisation to inform his process of making paintings.

In the Works: A Studio Visit with Ryan Sullivan

By High Line Art | May 31, 2019

Artist Ryan Sullivan looks to improvisation to inform his process of making paintings.

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April 18, 2019

A Harvest Revolution: Movimiento Cosecha

By High Line Art

The fight for labor and immigrant rights for the 11 million people who call this country both work place and home.

A Harvest Revolution: Movimiento Cosecha

By High Line Art | April 18, 2019

The fight for labor and immigrant rights for the 11 million people who call this country both work place and home.

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February 4, 2019

New Monuments for New Cities and Imagining Memorials for Today

By High Line Art and High Line Network

With historical evolution, we get to imagine who becomes landmark.

New Monuments for New Cities and Imagining Memorials for Today

By High Line Art and High Line Network | February 4, 2019

With historical evolution, we get to imagine who becomes landmark.

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January 25, 2019

“C.R.E.A.M.”: Keeping it Real for 25 Years

By High Line Art

Twenty-five years after Wu-Tang Clan’s “C.R.E.A.M.” was released as a single, the artist and writer Sable Elyse Smith springboards from the song...

“C.R.E.A.M.”: Keeping it Real for 25 Years

By High Line Art | January 25, 2019

Twenty-five years after Wu-Tang Clan’s “C.R.E.A.M.” was released as a single, the artist and writer Sable Elyse Smith springboards from the song to grapple with the same issues: a prison system that hinges on the trap of poverty...

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January 14, 2019

The Making of Brick House

By High Line Art

Simone Leigh’s Brick House inaugurates the Plinth, the groundbreaking new site for large-scale artworks on the Spur.

The Making of Brick House

By High Line Art | January 14, 2019

Simone Leigh’s Brick House inaugurates the Plinth, the groundbreaking new site for large-scale artworks on the Spur.

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November 6, 2018

Living in a Technobody Wonderland

By Meg Whiteford

The films in Machines of Loving Grace show us that our bodies are, for better or for worse, bound up in the technology we have created. Machines of...

Living in a Technobody Wonderland

By Meg Whiteford | November 6, 2018

The films in Machines of Loving Grace show us that our bodies are, for better or for worse, bound up in the technology we have created. Machines of Loving Grace runs daily beginning at dusk, now through January 2, 2019, on the High Line...

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