Honoring Refugees and Immigrants Monument at Madison Square Park

Hyphen Hub member of the artist community Krzysztof Wodiczko currently having two major exhibitions in New York. Monument, at Madison Square Park and A House Divided at Galerie Lelong which is a new projection-installation work exploring contemporary political polarization in the United States and reflective of the world at large. This exhibition follows the opening of the artist’s most recent site-specific projection, Monument, commissioned by Madison Square Park Conservancy and on view January 16 through May 10, 2020. Wodiczko’s lifelong investigation of speech in public spaces aims to give voice to the marginalized and thereby generate an impetus for systematic change. Wodiczko’s practic

Juan Cortés 'The View from Nowhere' Salon with Barbara London

This exhibition explores the connection between art, science, and educational processes to visually translate our simple understanding of complex phenomenon in the universe through sound, video, and sculptural installations. Comprised of "translation machines", he interprets vast concepts like dark matter and black holes into intelligible art on a micro scale. The artist will be in conversation with Asher Remy-Toledo, founder and director of Hyphen Hub and Barbara London, curator, writer and professor who founded the video exhibition and collection programs at the MOMA, where she worked between 1973 and 2013. Currently she is organizing the exhibition “Seeing Sound” which Independent Curator

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