High Line

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Die No Die is a new work co-commissioned by Frieze and the High Line in which Matty Davis explores the huge geological forces that compress our selves. Photography by Christian Werner

BY Jesse Zaritt |

From the rehearsals of Die No Die (The High Line), hear from the choreographer and collaborators about the project’s themes of risk, trust, responsibility and empathy

This year sees artist projects at Performance Space, Artists Space, the High Line and Rockefeller Center ice rink, with Matty Davis, Sharif Farrag, Ellen Fullman and Chella Man

New York’s High Line presents the artist’s 2019 film – a dialogue between two scientists set in Bethlehem 30 years after an ecological disaster 

BY Eliza Woods Harrison |

From fetishistic sculpture gardens in Italy to a giant breast in New York, the artist speaks with Carina Bukuts on what role gender and sex play in public art

BY Carina Bukuts AND Lena Henke |

From the High Line Plinth to the Whitney Biennial and the Guggenheim, the artist’s sculptures celebrate the architecture of the Black female body

BY Rianna Jade Parker |

The sunshine beckons to this much-loved landmark, but it’s not just the High Line itself that’s worthy of a visit

BY Alex Waxman |