Park update: The High Line will be closed south of 14th St. on Wednesday, May 12, and Thursday, May 13, due to neighboring construction work. The southernmost access points will be 14th St. (stairs) or 23rd St. (elevator). Follow us on Twitter at @highlinenyc for updates.

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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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May 4, 2018

Art is in Bloom

By Janelle Grace

Spring has (finally) sprung, and art is in bloom on the High Line. Popping up this season are several exhibitions featuring an international roster of...

Art is in Bloom

By Janelle Grace | May 4, 2018

Spring has (finally) sprung, and art is in bloom on the High Line. Popping up this season are several exhibitions featuring an international roster of artists inspiring conversation and surprise. Pope.L, chmera, 2018. Part of Agora, a...

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January 9, 2017

High Line Art Announces the High Line Plinth

By Brittney Seegers

You may have seen a recent article in The New York Times about the High Line Plinth—a new landmark destination for major public art commissions that...

High Line Art Announces the High Line Plinth

By Brittney Seegers | January 9, 2017

You may have seen a recent article in The New York Times about the High Line Plinth—a new landmark destination for major public art commissions that will be on the High Line at West 30th Street and 10th Avenue on the Spur, the new...

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