Cladogram: 2nd KMA International Juried Biennial
Opening July 11
Runs through September 19, 2021
Curated by Yasmeen Siddiqui
With Cladogram, the Katonah Museum of Art presents a broad range of contemporary artists from 21 countries around the world whose work explores the ways in which historical objects and ideas are organized, categorized, and displayed, and challenges the dominant narrative of history and art history. Advance timed tickets required.
July 3 – August 16, 2021
Curated by Karlyn Benson
475 MAIN STREET, BEACON | Thursday – Monday 11am – 6pm
Alisa Sikelianos-Carter, Gerardo Castro, Carl Grauer, Shanti Grumbine, Meg Hitchcock, Mollie McKinley, Alison McNulty, Liz Nielsen, Jean-Marc Superville Sovak, Kazumi Tanaka, Millicent Young
NOT JUST ONE THING:
Wilderstein Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition
June - October 2021
Curated by Krista Caballero & Julia Rosenbaum
On the riverfront property in Rhinebeck once owned by abolitionist Methodist minister Rev. Freeborn Garretson, visitors will be guided by a series of brick-laid paths reminiscent of the patterns of the legendary Underground Railroad Quilt Code that aided many enslaved on their way to freedom.
Open until June 2022
Curated by Tal Beery, Erin Lee Antonak
Owning Earth is an outdoor sculptural exhibition consisting of 20 installations by 18 artists in response to systems of human domination over our environments and the urgent need to enact futures guided by mutuality and reverence.
Olana and the Color of Freedom
A discussion with Myra B. Young Armstead, Professor of Historical Studies at Bard College and author of Freedom's Gardener, considering how the timeline of Church’s site-specific masterpiece, Olana, runs concurrent to the experiences of men and women born into slavery in the Hudson Valley.