Public Art on Randall’s Island

After the Frieze tent disappears from Randall’s Island later next week, site-specific works by four artists will soon pop up along the shoreline. 

Now in its fourth year, FLOW is an annual summer art installation along Randall Island’s waterfront pathway, presented in partnership with the Bronx Museum of Arts. FLOW’s grand opening in May will be a free event open to the public, sure to provide a full afternoon of entertainment—music, dance and talks are all on tap. Each art work, which reflect the beauty of their waterfront location, were created by up-and-coming artists from the Bronx Museum’s Artists in the Marketplace (AIM) program. This year’s artists include Dean Monogenis, Robert Raphael, Jessica Sanders, and Kant Smith.

FLOW.14 will have a grand opening on Randall’s Island on May 18th, 1-3 p.m., and remain on view through November.

-Bianca Hirschowitz

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