Brooklyn Bridge Park has three public art installations, two already in place and lasting into September, and one about to open and in place until April of next year. All are in the former Empire Fulton Ferry State Park section, a short walk down the hill. We, Women (photo) is “the largest social impact photography project by women and gender nonconforming artists.” It’s on display, Photoville style, on fences, until September 12.
Berlin based artist Claudia Weiser’s “Rehearsal”, presented in conjunction with the Public Art Fund on display at the Park’s Main Street and Plymouth Street entrance from this Thursday, July 29 through April 22,2022, consists of
five large-scale geometric sculptures [that] creates an immersive environment for exploration. Each form differs in size, shape, and pattern, and combines painted, photographic, and mirrored details to create vibrant compositions that highlight the dynamism of the city and its people.
At the Main Street Playground, until September 15, there is a treat for kids and their parents or caregivers, Brooklyn Public Library’s “StoryWalk” presentation of I Got the Rhythm, by Brooklyn native Connie Schofield-Morrison, illustrated by Frank Morrison (Bloomsbury, 2014). The prompts on the display “encourage family discussion and interaction.”