By Carol Tannenhauser
Beginning on June 5th, the Riverside Park Conservancy will host a summer-long event celebrating its 35th anniversary and “our city’s slow emergence from the COVID-19 pandemic,” according to a press release. RE:GROWTH, A Celebration of Art, Riverside Park, and the New York Spirit will be a free, park-wide exhibition designed to “honor the resolve and resilience of all New Yorkers…and provide [them] with the culture they crave.” 13 site-specific installations, featuring 20 artists, will span several miles and “can be enjoyed safely all in one day or over several summer visits.”
To see photographs of some of the other installations, click here.
Why not spend the time and effort repairing the collapsing second tier from 96-120th Street instead of putting lipstick on a pig? Am I the only one who sees that steady erosion????
In Dec 2019, finds were allocated for engineering study and first stage of repairs. https://riversideparknyc.org/news/park-construction-updates/
Excuse my typo—Funds!
How wonderful! Congratulations to everyone who negotiated and arranged this whole celebration. We will all get to appreciate it.
While we wait do spend some time listening to the wonderful jazz combo at 83st adjacent to the Warsaw Memorial
Show us the proposed pedestrian / bike path.
Can you please list the locations for each of these sites? Thanks.
So excited about this!