Within the well-patrolled boundaries of Madison Square Park, it’s hard not to see Hugh Hayden’s Brier Patch as just another amenity, offering a pleasant opportunity for virtue signaling.
Lin’s Ghost Forest at Madison Square Park will feature 50 towering white cedars devastated by climate change.
The Innovating Public Art symposium will consider a bevy of questions around public art through discussions with artists like Martin Puryear, Leonardo Drew, and others.
The tireless artist, on the vanguard of experimental sculpture, has decided that the Trump Era requires public art to be political.
The 77-year-old sculptor has a history of talking back to the government, but we will see if his streak continues on the world stage.
Never had a water tower — its silhouette ubiquitous to New York’s skyline — been examined so carefully. Each was elevated eight feet above the ground on black stilts, and locals and tourists approached them curiously, standing beneath and craning their necks upward to see the contents within.