Mad. Sq. Art


This Long Year: In New York City Galleries and Art Fairs

Join us for a conversation as gallery and art fair leaders Nicole Berry, Ebony L. Haynes, and Sean Kelly reflect on the pandemic, political turmoil, [Read More]

This Long Year: In the Studio

Join Madison Square Park Conservancy artists for a discussion on creativity as they review studio life during the pandemic, political turmoil, and protests. Feinstein’s Folly was on [Read More]

Art21 Film Preview of Abigail DeVille’s “Light of Freedom”

Join us to preview the forthcoming Art21 short film featuring DeVille’s sculpture, on view in the Park through January 31, 2021. A discussion on documenting public [Read More]

A Seminar: Meaning and Metaphor in the Statue of Liberty

Join Abigail DeVille whose newly-commissioned sculpture Light of Freedom was inspired by the arm and torch of the Statue of Liberty which were on view in Madison Square Park from [Read More]

A Conversation on Abigail DeVille’s “Light of Freedom”

Download transcript here. Join Mad. Sq. Artist Abigail DeVille and Gonzalo Casals, Commissioner, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs on Tuesday, November 10 from 11 AM – Noon for [Read More]

Abigail DeVille “Light of Freedom”

October 27, 2020 – January 31, 2021 Exhibition Catalogue Now Available Here. Abigail DeVille, Light of Freedom, 2020 Photo: Andy Romer Photography   “Let me [Read More]

Reassessing Art History with Three Collectors

Join us for a conversation on Tuesday, October 20 from 11 AM – Noon (ET) with collectors Pamela Joyner, Bernard Lumpkin, and Ron Pizzuti, moderated [Read More]

A Conversation with Three Art World Neighbors: Anticipating the Future

Join us for a conversation on Tuesday, September 15 from 11 AM – Noon (ET) with Madison Square Park neighbors Fairfax Dorn, Bil Ehrlich, and Florence Lynch as they discuss the future of the art world and the impact [Read More]

Maya Lin Focuses on Consequences of Climate Change in New Commission For Madison Square Park Conservancy On View May 10, 2021 – November 14, 2021

Illuminating the Effects of Climate Change on Our Forests, New Visual Art Commission Creates Grove of Spectral Trees within Park’s Verdant Landscape, Building on Lin’s [Read More]

A Virtual Tour: Leonardo Drew’s City in the Grass

Join us for a virtual tour Tuesday, August 18 from 11 AM – Noon (ET) with artist Leonardo Drew and Linda Dougherty, Chief Curator and Curator of Contemporary Art, North Carolina Museum of Art as [Read More]