of Time and Place:
Contemporary Views of Landscape
In Celebration of the Gallery's 20th Anniversary
February 3 - May 15, 2004
Susan Hoeltzel with Nina Sundell
Sally Apfelbaum, LC Armstrong, Hugo Bastidas, Lawrence Beck, Jose Bedia, Dozier Bell, Louise Belcourt, Vija Celmins, Christo, Susan Crile, Rob de Mar, Peter Edlund, Elger Esser, Guy Hundere, Nade Haley, Susan Hartnett, April Gornik, Alfredo Jaar, John Kalymnios, Nadav Kander, Kim Keever, Cynthia Knott, Justine Kurland, Mitche Kunzman, Sally Mann, Felicia D. Megginson, Ellen Phelan, Leah Oates, Lesley Punton, Andrea Robbins and Max Becher, Alexis Rockman, May Stevens, Adam Straus, Tomás Sánchez, Joni Sternbach, Jorge Tacla, Tom Uttech, Wim Wenders, and Wayne White
Images of Time and Place: ContemporaryViews of Landscape examines a broad range of artists who are working with the concept of landscapeboth as the primary content as well as in a supporting role. Featuring the work of 40 artists, the exhibition explores innovative approaches to this traditional genre through paintings, drawings, photography, installations, sculpture, and video. The work ranges from the artifice of Kim Keever's contrived environments to the irony of Hugo Bastidas and Adam Straus. It includes Christo's studies for The Gates that propose aesthetic intervention on the urban, pastoral setting of Central Park and Sally Apfelbaum's conceptual approach to photographing Monet's garden at Giverny. Allegorical, narrative and psychological approaches in which the natural setting play a dominant role are also included.
The exhibition is co-curated by the director of the gallery Susan Hoeltzel and its founding director Nina Sundell.
This exhibition is funded in part by the New York State Council on the Arts.
The exhibition is
presented in both the Edith Altschul Lehman wing
and the Robert Lehman wing of the gallery.
April Gornik, Field and Storm, 2003
Christo, The Gates, Project for Central Park, New York City, 2002
Public Art in the Bronx
Close to Home
Maria Magdelena Campos-Pons: A Town Portrait
Jerry Kearns: Deep Cover
Mayakovsky: Man or Myth
In View of Nature
The Bronx Celebrates:
The Works of Rigoberto Torres
Hasta que la muerte nos separe
"Till Death Do Us Part"
Contemporary Chinese Art and the Literary Culture of China
Fact, Fiction and Truth
Alice Adams: Public Projects
Douglas Davis: Interactions