We spoke to LA artist Beatriz Cortez about her artwork based on Ilopango, one of the most calamitous volcanic events in human history.
Storm King Art Center
Storm King Workers Push for Union Recognition
The 500-acre museum and sculpture garden is refusing to voluntarily recognize the union.
Wangechi Mutu Is Urgently Optimistic About the Future
Mutu’s imposing sculptural characters magnify her decades-long collage practice as sites of cultural, psychological, and sociopolitical transformation.
Martha Tuttle’s Sentient Stones at Storm King
When used as wayfinding landmarks or burial mounds, piles of stones can have an air of mystery about them.
A Sculpture Conjures the Secret Life of Trees
Jean Shin’s “Allée Gathering” at Storm King shows how little many of us know about trees and nature.
The Ghosts of Our Future Climate at Storm King
A group exhibition featuring almost 20 artists suggests directions for visual art in response to climate change.
Dennis Oppenheim and Josephine Halvorson Shift Our Perspective with Oversize Sculptures
MOUNTAINVILLE, NY — Have you ever wanted to walk through a large shirt? Whether or not you’ve entertained the notion, it is now a real possibility at Storm King Art Center.
Best of 2015: Our Top 10 Exhibitions Across the United States
We love NYC and LA and all the art they have to offer, but we know they’re only two towns of many across the country mounting great exhibitions large and small.
Priestesses at Play: Lynda Benglis at Storm King
MOUNTAINVILLE, NY — This year, among the di Suveros, the Serras, and other Modernist guardians, the autumn leaves adorn Lynda Benglis’s large works in cast metal and polyurethane.
Seeking Harmony at Storm King
This season in Mountainville, New York, two different artists are on view who aim for harmony with the meandering landscapes of Storm King Art Center.
The Beauty of a Sculpted Experience at Storm King
The Hudson Valley has a special kind of light and soaring nature, with its elevations and valleys illuminated with sun, starlight, and storm. At the Storm King Art Center with its installations of giant metal sculptures that seem alien on the meadows, or land art that warps the earth, the most interesting aspect is perhaps how this nature is made unnatural while still celebrating the beauty of the terrain.