Wave Hill ’s Sunroom Project Space Summer 2021 Exhibitions Examine Obscured Cultural Histories
A public garden and cultural center in the Bronx,Wave Hill’s landscape serves as a catalyst for emerging artists exhibiting in its Sunroom Project Space. Since 2007, WaveHill’s curators have commissioned New York City-area artists to create new, site-specific projects as solo exhibitions.
Wave Hill, Trisha Brown Dance Company Co-Production Brings Dance to Wave Hill June 8, 9
Wave Hill is thrilled to bring dance back to the gardens this summer through a co-production with Trisha Brown Dance Company. Recent relaxing in COVID-19-related restrictions inspired both institutions to celebrate with evening performances in June. Trisha Brown: In Plain Site allows Brown’s dances to be freed from the constrictions of the conventional stage and to once again be performed in unexpected locations. For this outdoor performance at Wave Hill, selections from the repertory are restaged in a dynamic relationship to the garden’s serene setting, expanding and amplifying Brown’s effortless affinity for naturalizing movement to the physical environment.
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