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Exhibits at Wave Hill

  • Nature Pops!

    Nature Pops!

    Glyndor Gallery | July 12 - September 05, 2016

    A half-century after the emergence of Pop art as a revolutionary response to new norms of consumerism, Nature Pops! brings together work by artists who recalibrate this movement in contemporary terms. Continuing to reevaluate popular culture, particularly the increasing mediation of our experience by technology, artists question whether we can still have an authentic experience―even in the natural world.

  • (Not So) Still Life

    (Not So) Still Life

    Glyndor Gallery | April 05 - July 04, 2016

    (Not So) Still Life presents novel ways that contemporary artists are transforming the still life genre to engage with current culture.

  • Sunroom Project Space 2016

    Sunroom Project Space 2016

    Glyndor Gallery | April 05 - December 04, 2016

    Wave Hill commissions a diverse group of emerging New York-area artists to create a new body of work or site-specific project for a solo exhibition in the Sunroom Project Space. Tai Hwa Goh, Dark Matters (Aimée Burg, Frank De León-Jones, Anna Ritsch), Amie Cunat, Joiri Minaya and Denise Treizman were selected as this year’s Sunroom artists. In addition, two Van Lier Visual Artist Fellows, Doreen Garner and Ariel Jackson are participating.

  • Winter Workspace 2016

    Winter Workspace 2016

    January 04 - March 27, 2016

    This winter, Wave Hill opens Glyndor Gallery as studio spaces for artists in the Winter Workspace Program. This year’s artists are Sindy Butz, Dennis Redmoon Darkeem, Ira Eduardovna, Gwen Fabricant, Doreen Garner, Ariel Jackson, Zachari Logan, Maia Cruz Palileo, Chad Stayrook, Ezra Wube, Seldon Yuan and Sarah Zapata.

The Arts at Wave Hill are supported by Lily Auchincloss Foundation, Inc., Milton & Sally Avery Arts Foundation, The New York Community Trust, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and by the Cathy and Stephen Weinroth Commissioning Fund for the Arts. The institution's operations are made possible in part by public funds provided through the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.