Curator and Artist Tour of Neighboring Visions

When

Saturday, July 27, 2024

1:30pm Where

Community & Partnership Gallery

Who

Adults

Admission Purchase general admission

Karintha Lowe, HRM’s Mellon Fellow in the Public Humanities, will lead a guided tour of Neighboring Visions: Westchester Artists Then and Now, a curated collection of exquisite historical and contemporary works inspired by local landscapes. Special attention will be paid to themes of migration, as we explore how artists past and present have traveled abroad and returned to Westchester equipped with new visions, aesthetic strategies, and techniques. Featured artists Alvin Clayton (New Rochelle) and Francine Hsu Davis (Bronxville) will join in conversation, sharing how their experiences living in Paris and Taiwan influenced and have continued to shape their artistic practice.

 

Support provided by Sarah Lawrence College and the Mellon Foundation. The exhibition is supported by the Bronxville Historical Conservancy.

 

Image: Alvin Clayton (American, b. 1960). The Garden Setting, 2024. Oil on canvas. Courtesy of the artist.