Mad. Sq. Art

Public Art & Contemporary Narratives

Join this year’s Mad. Sq. Artist Krzysztof Wodiczko and Brooke Kamin Rapaport, Deputy Director and Martin Friedman Chief Curator, on Tuesday, July 14 from 2 – [Read More]

Black Lives Matter and A Response in Public Art

A Conversation with artist Jammie Holmes & Dr. Seph Rodney of Hyperallergic Join us for a conversation on Tuesday, June 30 from 11 AM – [Read More]

Mad. Sq. Artists Respond
A New Weekly Feature

Being connected is more important than ever. We’ve asked our alumni artists to record their thoughts during the pandemic. In a weekly video postshared across [Read More]

Maya Lin Focuses on Consequences of Climate Change in New Commission For Madison Square Park Conservancy On View June 7, 2021 – November 28, 2021

Ghost Forest Will Create Grove of Spectral Trees within Park’s Verdant Landscape, Building on Lin’s History of Environmentalism within her Artistic Practice New York, NY [Read More]

The Municipal Art Society of New York

Reflections on “Monument” in Madison Square Park This month, a captivating new art installation debuted in Madison Square Park in conjunction with the Admiral Farragut Monument that [Read More]

The New York Times

A Monument Man Gives Memorials New Stories to Tell In video projections onto historical statuary in Manhattan, the artist Krzysztof Wodiczko claims public spaces for [Read More]

An Interview With Krzysztof Wodiczko About Monument

  We sat down with artist Krzysztof Wodiczko to discuss his current work, Monument, in Madison Square Park. Wodiczko describes how, through works of public art, [Read More]

Gothamist

Old Madison Square Park Statue Becomes Voice Of Refugees At first glance, it looks like the Madison Square Park statue of Navy Admiral David Glasgow Farragut, [Read More]

WNYC News

Refugees Speak – Though A Sculpture – in Madison Square Park Listen on WNYC here.

Observer

How a Madison Square Park Monument Was Transformed to Honor Refugees of War For Polish artist Krzysztof Wodiczko, public monuments signify more than glorious commemorations [Read More]