Harlem Focus | Public Monuments: Art in Collaboration with Landscape Design
Wednesday, May 8, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
Frederick Douglass Memorial Circle, New York. Image courtesy of Algernon Miller.
After winning a public competition, artist Algernon Miller and sculptor Gabriel Koren collaborated with landscape architect Mark Bunnell of Quenell Rothschild & Partners to design and execute the public circle and monument to African American abolitionist leader Frederick Douglass. Join Algernon Miller and Mark Bunnell as they discuss their collaboration and how landscape design informs site-specific art, and vice versa.
About the Harlem Focus series:
John Reddick, architectural consultant and Harlem historian, will curate and lead a series of talks featuring designers, architects, and artists whose work engages and affects the local community. The Harlem Focus series will highlight design issues in Harlem, ranging from public art and landscape architecture, to rooftop farms and urban woodland restoration, and explore how design will affect this unique neighborhood as it continues to evolve, change, and inspire.
The Harlem Focus series is made possible through the generous support of Target
Next in the series: Inspired: Africa, WPA Art & a Unique Hospital Design on May 22. Book now!