Cube Art Fair: The World’s Largest Public Art Fair is in NYC

Times Square
42nd Street at Broadway

From May 5-9, 2021, Cube Art Fair, the World’s Largest Public Art Fair, features 100 artworks created during the lockdown on 100+ billboards around New York city, in hopes to inspire its 10 million visitors to remain positive and artists to stay crea... more

From May 5-9, 2021, Cube Art Fair, the World’s Largest Public Art Fair, features 100 artworks created during the lockdown on 100+ billboards around New York city, in hopes to inspire its 10 million visitors to remain positive and artists to stay creative during uncertain times. On the horizon of Cube Art Fair’s 5th edition in New York, the world stopped, making it difficult for the fair to host its annual in-person event. Instead of giving up, the team behind the show found a new way to keep art, hope and inspiration alive. Following the success of its #staycreative campaigns in Brussels and Miami, Cube Art Fair announces the launch of its next iteration in New York City from May 5 to 9, 2021. In the middle of a pandemic, Cube Art Fair has found an innovative way to showcase artworks from established and emerging artists from around the world in a way that is safe and accessible to the public. In an unprecedented scale, the pieces will be shared on over 100 kiosks, newsstands, bus stops and billboards all around the city including a giant 12,000 sq/ft billboard located in the heart of Times Square. “We came up with the idea of taking art and displaying it to everyone with ... more

From May 5-9, 2021, Cube Art Fair, the World’s Largest Public Art Fair, features 100 artworks created during the lockdown on 100+ billboards around New York city, in hopes to inspire its 10 million visitors to remain positive and artists to stay creative during uncertain times.

On the horizon of Cube Art Fair’s 5th edition in New York, the world stopped, making it difficult for the fair to host its annual in-person event. Instead of giving up, the team behind the show found a new way to keep art, hope and inspiration alive.

Following the success of its #staycreative campaigns in Brussels and Miami, Cube Art Fair announces the launch of its next iteration in New York City from May 5 to 9, 2021. In the middle of a pandemic, Cube Art Fair has found an innovative way to showcase artworks from established and emerging artists from around the world in a way that is safe and accessible to the public. In an unprecedented scale, the pieces will be shared on over 100 kiosks, newsstands, bus stops and billboards all around the city including a giant 12,000 sq/ft billboard located in the heart of Times Square.

“We came up with the idea of taking art and displaying it to everyone with the hope to inspire people not only to stay safe but also to #staycreative. And that is why our campaign’s hashtag is #staycreative. I am thrilled to see that our artists can remain creative and can inspire others to do the same,” says Gregoire Vogelsang.

Artists featured on New York billboards include Jonas Leriche (NY), Laura Jane Petelko (Toronto), Kenneth Willardt (NYC), Tigi Van Gil (Brussels), Griet Van Malderen (Brussels), and more. In an unprecedented scale, the pieces will be share on over 100 billboards on kiosks around the city and in the heart of Time Square, launching the World’s largest Public Art Fair and hoping to inspire the public to stay creative during difficult times.

Additional locations of the billboards include but are not limited to – 66th and Columbus Street, 67th and Broadway Street, 57th and 5th Avenue, Madison Ave, Grand and Mott Street, Broadway and 13th Street, Union Square, Herald Square front of the Macy’s, Central Park South and Time Square.


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Cube Art Fair: The World’s Largest Public Art Fair is in NYC

Sun, May 09
7:00AM
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Times Square

42nd Street at Broadway
New York, NY 10036
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May 9, Sunday 7:00AM
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