1. Fata Morgana

Opened on June 1st in Madison Square Park and continuing through January 2016, Teresita Fernandez’s Fata Morgana consists of six canopies that create an ever-changing palette of color reflected from the mirrored discs. They mirror the different grassy and gardened areas on either side of the connecting pathways and the result is a colorful seasonal display. Fernandez has beautifully utilized the foliage and light so that we can expect to see a variation of colors in the reflections from spring through summer, fall and finally the winter months. This is an installation that will change with all four seasons. The discs are arranged in a lattice-like fashion, bringing in light in a variety of shapes and forms.

You can continue to enjoy several of the installations from our the public art not to miss in May.  Get in touch with the author at AFineLyne.