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Inside Battery Park's Trippy New SeaGlass Carousel

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  • 81,000 Balls
    Cure late-August doldrums by jumping into a pit of 81,000 white balls. New York creative agency Pearlfisher is inviting New Yorkers to its new Soho office to dive in. The interactive-art installation, which opens August 21, is designed to promote the transformative power of play. More  ›
  • For a Creepy Wednesday Afternoon
    The Can Gallery’s latest exhibit is a defunct factory locker room housing works by emerging sculptors Michael Blake and Ektor Garcia, curated by Lia Gangitano. The sculptures range from the ordinary to the macabre, including Matanza, a collection of natural skins and hairs sitting below hanging meat hooks. More  ›
  • The Beautiful Borough
    Spend Saturday afternoon with Bronx borough historian Lloyd Ultan and composer Shelley Olson, authors of The Bronx: The Ultimate Guide to New York City’s Beautiful Borough. They will share their personal stories about the neighborhood and sign copies of the book on August 22. More  ›
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New Carousel in Town

Battery Conservancy President Warrie Price shows off the park’s trippy ride. See More ›

Thirty luminescent fish make up the nautilus-shaped pavilion.

Price stands in the carousel on the eve of its completion.

The Battery’s 25-acre park includes the Urban Farm.

The Best Bet

An Artist’s Book

Out this week, the Cut collaborator Jason Polan’s Every Person in New York features 36,000-plus sketches with a foreword by Kristen Wiig. More  ›

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