Artemis, Acrobats, Divas & Dancers (MTA)
Neighborhood History
In a nod to both the Lincoln Center campus above, as well as the artistic character of the Upper West Side neighborhood, the walls of the 66th Street/Lincoln Center subway station are adorned with a series of 22 glass mosaic tiles by feminist artist Nancy Spero (1926-2009). Throughout the piece the central female icon of the opera, the Diva, is featured in various states of ...
Columbus Circle
Neighborhood History
Completed in 1905 and redesigned by the Olin Partnership of Philadelphia, PA in 2005, Columbus Circle is located across from the southwest corner of Central Park. Plantings, benches and a beautiful illuminated fountain surround the Statue of Christopher Columbus, sculpted by Gaetano Russo. Perched upon a 70-ft granite column with bronze reliefs of the Niña, Pinta and ...
Adam & Eve at Time Warner Center
Neighborhood History
Appearing in many a tourist’s photograph, these supersized bronze sculptures on the ground floor of The Shops at Columbus Circle are the works of Columbian artist Fernando Botero, whose proportionally exaggerated figures in paintings and sculpture have brought him worldwide recognition. Click here for more information. Image source: