You've touched it, sat on it, squinted at it from across the street. The abundance of public art is one of New York City's best features, and when the snow melts and the air warms, there's nothing better than walking by that weird, bulbous sculpture you pass on your way to work every day and actually noticing it. The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation's Art in the Parks program puts artwork of all stripes in parks across the boroughs. Here's a roundup of the most wonderfully strange art installations that are coming down this spring and summer. Catch them before they disappear!