|Visiting the Empire State Plaza|
|Empire State Plaza Art Collection|
|Art historians have called the Empire State Plaza Art Collection "the greatest collection of modern American art in any single public site that is not a museum." The Collection was formed under the direction of Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller during construction of the Empire State Plaza (1966–1978). Ninety-two works of Abstract Expressionist art are on permanent display throughout the Plaza.||Visiting the Collection||
The Plaza Art Collection is housed in public spaces throughout the Empire State Plaza and is available for viewing when the Plaza is open to the public.
|School Programs and Group Tours||
The Plaza Art Collection is a public collection owned by the people of New York State and cared for by the New York State Office of General Services. Part of OGS' mission is to provide educational programming for students of all ages that explores this great cultural resource. All programs are free of charge! For information, or to arrange an onsite program or tour, please contact the Plaza Art Collection office at (518) 473-7521 or E-Mail: email@example.com