Just because most museums in America are still asleep at the wheel, it doesn’t mean all is lost.
Ian Hamilton Finlay
Ian Hamilton Finlay’s Philosophical Gardening
For Finlay, the garden was not simply a place of beauty, but rather a liminal space bordered by nature and culture, where visitors are invited to meditate on the different ways time passes.
Getty Acquires Concrete Poetry by Two Modern Pioneers of the Form
Works by Scottish poet Ian Hamilton Finlay and Brazilian poet Augusto de Campos have joined the Getty’s collection and will go on view in an exhibition opening next week.
Finding Common Ground at City Hall
City Hall Park’s newest exhibit has artists realizing public monuments as acts of memorial and common experience, as well as shared moments of public art whimsy.