Art may not actually be everywhere, but in New York, you can find it in every neighborhood, likely in the form of a mural. Many of the city's most famous frescoes may be behind closed doors, but from St. Albans to the South Street Seaport, dozens of artworks line the streets and give life to blank building walls. So for Outdoors Week, we mapped 10 of our favorites that can be enjoyed in the open air.
Evan Bindelglass is a local freelance journalist, photographer, cinephile, and foodie. You can e-mail him, follow him on Twitter @evabin, or check out his personal blog.
· All Public Art [Curbed]
· Outdoors Week 2014 [Curbed]