Staff -- Interior Design, 7/1/2001 12:00:00 AM
Summer arrives and we are lured outside by the weather, people watching—and interactive art installations in New York's Madison Square Park? Indeed. Through September, Target Art in the Park will host its first major group show in a three-year series sponsored by Target and organized by the Public Art Fund. The show features the work of three young international artists: a multi-media installation by Navin Rawanchaikul that reveals urban life through the eyes of a taxi driver; Teresita Fernandez's Bamboo Cinema, a dazzling labyrinth of green and yellow transparent poles; and German artist Tobias Rehberger's surreal installation, Tsutsumu (shown above), featuring a snow-filled Zen garden in the park.
Madison Square Park: East 23rd Street between Fifth and Madison Avenues.