By Brendan Krisel, Patch Staff
The works will be on display in Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, Tribeca Park, Eugene McCabe Field and Colonel Charles Young Triangle.
MANHATTAN, NY — Four Manhattan parks will house public art installations for the winter, city Parks Department officials announced this month.
Works were recently installed at Tribeca Park, Midtown's Dag Hammarskjold Plaza and Harlem's Eugene McCabe Field and Colonel Charles Young Triangle, parks officials said. These art installations are part of a larger Art in the Parks program that commissioned eight artists to create works for display in parks in all five city boroughs.
Artworks were installed as early as November, and most will be up until at least late April. Some installations will even be kept on display through the summer, city parks officials said.