Nick Cave – Public Art Projects in NYC

With Sylvia Laudien-Meo

[Virtual tour] Nick Cave is one of our most celebrated contemporary artists and one who has found a unique and compelling visual language addressing pressing issues of our times, most importantly racism. Mostly known for his complex Sound Suits, he embraces a multitude of materials and media in his practice with the goal of his art helping us to heal and improve. While the Guggenheim Museum is currently giving him a wonderful solo exhibition, this virtual tour with art historian Sylvia Laudien-Meo takes a closer look at the artist’s public art projects in New York. Most noteworthy is his permanent installation of Each One, Every One, Equal All for MTA Arts & Design at 42nd Street. Previously, Nick Cave also had performances at Grand Central Terminal (2013), and Midnight Moments on New Year’s Eve in Times Square (2018.) His work is regularly on view at Jack Shainman Gallery in Chelsea and included in several of our museum collections.

For all tours, there are no refunds, cancellations, or exchanges unless we cancel a tour. Online registration closes one hour prior to the tour start time.

Registration is now closed.

Thursday, January 5
6:00 PM

Virtual Tour

Member: $15
Non-member: $25

"Each One, Every One, Equal All" (2021) by Nick Cave at Times Square-42 Street subway station. Photo: Ted Mineau.