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Please see press coverage and Wave Hill press releases below. We are happy to set up a visit to the gardens, provide high-resolution images, help you research stories, and schedule a photo shoot or an interview.

Open year-round, Wave Hill is a spectacular jewel of a public garden overlooking the Hudson River and Palisades in the Bronx. With world-class gardens and stunning views, Wave Hill's vibrant landscape is one of the most beautiful spots in New York City. Our mission is to connect people to the natural world in meaningful and lasting ways through myriad programs in the arts, horticulture and education.

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Martha Gellens

Associate Director of Marketing & Communications

Press Releases

Wave Hill Announces New Director of Horticulture DRAFT 10 05

Wave Hill Announces Cathy Deutsch as New Director of Horticulture

Wave Hill is very pleased to announce that Cathy Deutsch is the organization’s new Director of Horticulture, effective September 27, 2021. She succeeds Louis Bauer, who has retired after close to seven years in the position.

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Final Installation in Wave Hill’s 2021 Sunroom Project Space Opens October 16

An acclaimed publicgarden and cultural center in the Bronx, WaveWave Hill’s landscape serves as a catalyst for emerging artists exhibiting in its Sunroom Project Space.Since 2007, Wave Hill’s curators have commissioned New York City-area artists to create new, site-specific projects as solo exhibitions in the Sunroom Project Space. The 2021 season’s seven installations round out with Priscilla Aleman’s Origins of Devotion, which was postponed from last spring due to the pandemic. Aleman will also participate in an onsite “Meet the Artist” talk with Eileen Jeng Lynch, Wave Hill’s Curator of Visual Arts.

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In The News

"Ken Druse is an old friend and a garden writer with 20 books to his credit...He made a visit the other day to Wave Hill, the renowned public garden in New York City, where they have a whole Monocot Border that was in its glory, and hence our topic today: plants that are monocots, and why to care."
- A Way to Garden, October 2021 Read the Article
"Wave Hill announced Cathy Deutsch as the organization’s new director of horticulture, effective Sept. 27. Deutsch succeeds Louis Bauer, who retired after close to seven years in the position."
- The Bronx Times, October 2021 Read the Article
"An acclaimed 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. The 2021 season’s seven installations round out with Priscilla Aleman’s "Origins of Devotion."
- Arts Summary, October 2021 Read the Article
"From New York City’s own forest/park, Central Park, to gorgeous Wave Hill in the Bronx, visit one or more of these spots to take in all the charms of Autumn."
- New York Family, October 2021 Read the Article
"Many flights zoom across the New York skies every day, but few are as eye-catching as those scheduled to take off from the Bronx on Monday. That’s when Wave Hill, the public garden in the Riverdale section, will offer raptor demonstrations to cap a nature-filled holiday weekend. "
- The New York Times, October 2021 Read the Article
"In Hispanic cultures, holding the title of grandparent in a family is a sacred one. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, Bronx artist Katherine Miranda celebrated their grandparents with a place meant for contemplation and reflection. You can check out Miranda’s exhibit, “I Answer Back,” at Wave Hill."
- Pix 11, September 2021 Read the Article
"Wave Hill is not only a remarkably unique public garden in the Riverdale section of the Bronx, it also has a nearly 50-year history of mounting captivating art shows."
- The New York Times, September 2021 Read the Article
"For Archtober this year, Untapped New York will be leading a plethora of talks, virtual and in-person tours about New York’s architecture and history! Other events to check out include the AIANY Around Manhattan Architecture Boat Tour, Center for Architecture’s Little Island Tour, Public Garden Highlights Walk at Wave Hill, Expanding the Narrative: Researching Black Fashion Designers at Bard Graduate Center, and an Art & Object Walk at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, among many others."
- Untapped Cities, September 2021 Read the Article
"As detailed by the Center for Architecture, several of the lectures and panel discussions appearing on the action-packed Archtober calendar give special focus to the pandemic and climate change and the role of the built environment in these twin crises...Also on October 5, Wave Hill Public Garden and Cultural Center in the Bronx will host a panel discussion entitled “Global Ecological Issues on a Local Scale.”
- Archpaper, September 2021 Read the Article
"How to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in New York City: The Art of Katherine Miranda & Eco-Urgency: Now or Never"
- NBC New York, September 2021 Read the Article

Photography Policy

Wave Hill has a large archive of high-resolution garden and program images. To request use of any of these images to promote Wave Hill for non-commercial, editorial purposes, please contact pressroom@wavehill.org. Please provide proper credit on any photo provided by Wave Hill.

Members of the media interested in taking photos or video for editorial purposes at Wave Hill must request permission prior to their visit. See our policy for commercial photography, video and film and for weddings and family photo shoots. All shoots, whatever the purpose, are prohibited without receiving permission in advance, and may require payment of a fee.