A series of public art installations along the Rose Kennedy Greenway has made the park a premier destination for tourists, commuters and residents to enjoy contemporary works of art in downtown Boston.

The vision of the art program, according to the Rose Kennedy Conservancy, is “to bring innovative and contemporary art to Boston through free, temporary exhibitions, engaging people in meaningful experiences, interactions and dialogue with art and each other. The Conservancy gives artists unique opportunities to exhibit bold, new work that considers the possibilities of 21st century Boston.”

Among the art displays this season:

Engulf 2019, Artist Juan Tavieso

Resonance, 2019, Artist Super A (Stefan Thelen)

Augmented Reality Art, 2019, Artists Nancy Baker Cahill, John Craig Freeman and Will Pappenheimer

Year of the Pig, 2019, Artist Elliott Kayser

Here is a map of the Rose Kennedy Greenway, named for Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, the mother of President John F. Kennedy.

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