May 14, 2013 1 min read
The Madison Square Park Conservancy, here in New York City, has been transforming the small park space in the Flatiron District for many seasons now bringing in sculptures, statues, and large installations. Currently through early September the park is showing an exhibit by Orly Genger named Red, Yellow, and Blue. This large installation is made up of 1.4 million feet of tightly hand-knotted nautical rope, colorfully displayed in, of course, red, yellow, and blue. This is definitely a must-see while trekking the city... at the very least, it gives a pleasant distraction while you wait in line for your Shake Shack fix.