1. "Pan," Gansevoort Street
"Pan" is a bronze sculpture depicting a satyr in a Scottish kilt. By New York artist Sean Landers.
2. "Untitled," West 13th Street
Artist Mark Grotjahn created "Untitled" out of cardboard boxes cast in bronze.
3. "Nose Job," West 13th Street
"Nose Job," is a giant, white marble nose in a wheelbarrow, by artist Andra Ursuta.
4. "Florent," West 14th Street
"Florent" is a plaster-cast affixed to a brick wall, by artist John Ahearn.
5. "Jessie," West 14th Street
"Jessie" is a life-size sculpture of a woman, combining traditional art Greek elements with modern clothing and eyewear. By New York artist Frank Benson.
6. "Number One," West 17th Street
"Number One," by Amalia Pica is a simple pedestal, "suggesting that the sculpture has been removed or has disappeared, which is a frequent fate for monuments in an age of political turmoil."
7. "Before a Framework," West 18th Street
"Before a Framework," by artist Ruby Neri. The bronze sculpture depicts a woman leaning against window frame. The artist also uses found objects and plaster elemnts in the piece.
8. "Colin Powell," West 22nd Street
London-based artist Goshka Macuga created "Colin Powell," a sculpture of the former Secretary of State speaking about weapons of mass destruction.
9. "Liquor Store Attendant," West 23rd Street
The famous New York artist George Condo built "Liquor Store Attendant," a bronze cast sculpture of face covered in barnacles.
10. "Unlimiteds & Limiters," West 28th Street
Artist Steven Claydon presents "Unlimiteds & Limiters," featuring busts that are two sides of the same coin.
Photographs © 2014