Storm King - Maya Lin - Dew Point
Maya Lin: Bodies of Water Bodies of Water is an exhibition of new work by Maya Lin, organized by the Storm King Art Center to coincide with the unveiling of Storm King Wavefield, her largest public work to date. Maya Lin is an artist who creates emotionally resonant art, monuments, and architecture from simple forms and materials. The breadth of her work cuts across disciplines, combining a poetic sensibility with a scholar's drive to understand the world. Her monuments take on issues of…
Storm King Art Center to Host a Honey Bee Apiary by Artist Peter Coffin
Opening this spring at the Storm King Art Center, artist Peter Coffin's piece "Untitled (Bees Making Honey)" will bring a network of bees to the sculpture park.
Storm King Art Center
Widely celebrated as one of the world’s leading sculpture parks, Storm King is located about one hour north of NYC. Its 500 acres provide a backdrop for over 100 carefully sited sculptures created by some of the most acclaimed artists of our time.
Benglis En Plein Air
Louisiana native Lynda Benglis brings a batch of her bold, anthropomorphic sculptures — dynamic, cast-bronze armatures, small twists of ceramic and a recent suite of towering totemic fountains — to the rolling green expanses of upstate New York's Storm King Art Center.
Light & Landscape - Spencer Finch
"Lunar" (2011) by Spencer Finch. Two solar panels with charger, light-emitting diodes, and lamp fixture, lead, aluminum, stainless steel, and polycarbonate. On view in "Light & Landscape" at Storm King Art Center through November 11, 2012. MASS MoCA's exhibition "Spencer Finch: What Time Is It on the Sun?" was on display from May 26, 2007 to spring 2008.