As the weather gets icier and the warm days of spring seem far away, cozying up at home seems like the only right option. But new art installations are set to bloom this winter season and you don’t want to miss interactive sculptures, murals, and photography exhibits coming to New York City!
1. “To Let the Sky Know / Dejar que el cielo sepa” at Madison Square Park
As you take a stroll through Madison Square Park, you might spot fluffy pink and yellow clouds floating 10 feet in the air. To Let the Sky Know/Dejar sue el cielo sepa is Ana María Hernando’s latest art installation, inspired by the artist’s Argentinian heritage and the powerful women around her. The sculptural work is made of steel poles topped with layers of tulle – a fabric typically associated with femininity. The art piece is a nod to Hernando’s history of working with hand-worked textiles, a tradition of creativity among women in Latin America. The sculptures are reminiscent of spring flowers and stand as symbols of hope and growth in the midst of the bleak winter landscape. The art installation will be on view until March 17.