Heads-up for all who love watching the installation of outdoor art sculptures ~ on the heals of the deinstallation of ‘Thomas J. Price: Witness,’ last week, Breathing Without Fear by Art Lives Here artist-member Reuben Sinha will be installed on Sunday, October 16th from 1:00 ~ 4:00pm as a celebration of public art in Marcus Garvey Park. The new temporary sculpture will be located on the east-side oval lawn at Madison Avenue and 123rd Street in East Harlem.
Art Lives Here invited Harlem Needle Arts to partner on this project. We can’t wait to see the final result. Join the artist, Art Lives Here, and Harlem Needle Arts on Sunday, October 16th from 1:00 ~ 4:00pm for a celebration of public art.
Reuben Sinha is a painter, ceramic artist and sculptor living and working in Harlem.
This project was funded in part by Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone with support from Harlem Needle Arts and Art Lives Here NYC.
Below, a few pictures of the installation, the artist Reuben Sinha, and Connie Lee, Art Lives Here.
Take a look-back at works by Reuben Sinha in the 2021 two-person exhibition at Living With Art Salon.
Taking a look-back at the last two installations on the cement base located in front of the Drummers Circle in Marcus Garvey Park ~ José Carlos Casado’s ‘I Don’t Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Ah me…‘ installed in 2018 and Jorge Luis Rodriguez’s ‘Atlas of the Third Millennium‘ in 2017.