Thought, given the aid of technology, it would be nice to provide a virtual way to see the exhibition for those unable to attend. Download the link below and view it full screen in Acrobat Reader. Viewing it in your web browser will badly skew the color in every painting. I know because I tested it first and almost didn’t recognize my own work.
Category Archives: Exhibitions
Lewis and Clark will soon be appearing in Mapping: Memory and Motion in Contemporary Art, October 3, 2010-January 9, 2011, at the Katonah Museum of Art in Katonah, New York. The exhibition is the curatorial project of Sarah Tanguy, an independent curator and critic, as well as Curator with the Art in Embassies Program, Washington, D.C. It features work by 38 artists, notably Vernon Fisher, Joyce Kozloff, and Paula Scher. An illustrated catalogue will be produced to accompany the exhibition.
Regarding the exhibition, Sarah Tanguy wrote, “Mapping: Memory and Motion in Contemporary Art takes a look at current map-based art works that originate or draw on actual locations. Encompassing the stars, the land, and the built environment, the exhibition will bring to life exciting strategies that artists have used to chart or track their subjects, distilling them into art objects and activities that choreograph location through time and space.”
Sarah Tanguy has curated over 150 exhibitions since 1983. For more information on her past projects, visit sarahtanguy.com