the gay liberation monument is located in christopher park, next to the famous stonewall in, where the gay rights movement started.
it consists of four sculptures -a male and a female couple- which were created by pop artist george segal, who is best known for this kind of life-sized plaster cast sculptures.
more information: http://www.nycgovparks.org/parks/christopherpark/monuments/575
christoper park is at the intersection of west 4th street, christopher street and grove street in manhattan’s west village.
related: george segal's "3 figures and 4 benches" at the sydney and walda bestoff sculpture garden in new orleans and a snapshot of one of his sculptures at art.cologe in germany.