Haven’t done one of these in a while.
Fata Morgana, art by Teresita Fernandez, is on exhibit in Madison Square Park.
I found the installation interesting. What did detract from it were the girders and poles that were very industrial. From this framework was hung nearly 250 discs.
I happen to like walking under the discs. The sunlight distorts the cut metal shapes in the discs on the pavement.
This display was in Madison Square Park a few weeks ago; I forgot to blog it. It’s no longer there, having been taken down at the end of April.
I spotted it walking along Fifth Avenue. There hasn’t been any art in the park since before the winter’s snows; this was the first. So, I took some time to walk through the park and snap some pics.
This is an installation by the artist Ivan Navarro, who lives in Brooklyn, entitled “This Land is Your Land.” It’s made up of three water towers; these tanks have glass bottoms through which you can look up and into infinity. That’s the illusion. Three different designs seem to climb up and up, eventually disappearing in the distance.
Navarro took the name of his work from Woody Guthrie’s 1940 song and ties into many of the themes Guthrie sang about.
I’ve included the description as well as the images. Sometimes it’s better not to read the description and just enjoy the installation.
Thomas Jefferson on one of the sides of the piece of art
This piece of art is in honor of Thomas Jefferson and stands near the Northshire Bookstore in Manchester, Vermont.
Each arm holds something different. In one, a church; in the other, scales representing the state. Although I didn’t see it, my friend told me that the arms move.
The arms holding church and state
From the side
Jefferson writings also decorate the artwork
Well, what do you think?
I was walking by Madison Square Park and saw this installation.