Programs take place in a wide range of thrilling settings, including classroom-based mostly residencies for K-12 college students, and faculty visits to the gallery at BRIC House. Originally located within the landmark 1783 building on Ridgefield’s historic Main Street that now houses administrative workplaces, since 2004 the Museum has been housed in a 17,000 sq.-foot facility that features two flooring of exhibition galleries and a dynamic Education Center, and overlooks a two-acre Sculpture Garden.
Solo exhibitions embody Occupy Greenwich (Brant Foundation, 2016); Your Land/My Land: Election ’12, pre-sented concurrently at seven museums across the US (from the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles to the New Museum, New York, 2012); Minimalist Works from the Holocaust Museum (Dundee Contemporary Arts, Scotland, 2010-11); Apocalypto Now (Museum Ludwig, Cologne, 2009); and the retrospective exhibition, And/Or, (P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, New York, 2009).
Organized for the ICA by the Institute of the Arts and Sciences (IAS) at UC Santa Cruz, the exhibition premiers a large-scale, web site-specific set up by IAS artist-in-residence Russell Crotty, along with a choice of the artist’s previous work based mostly on astronomical observations, as well as an in depth choice of by no means-before-exhibited objects from Lick Observatory’s historic collections.
You can simply place it on the ground and lean it towards a wall or a piece of furnishings, maybe against a cupboard or aspect desk – just be sure that the artwork piece won’t hinder walkways, and that it’s not too massive or too small that will make it look out of place.
Among the most well-liked artwork actions of painting identified with Contemporary Art are Abstract Expressionism, Color Field, Conceptual Art, Neo-Dadaism, Pop Art, Post-Minimalism, Body Art, Photorealism, Graffiti, Stuckism, Lyrical Abstraction, Nouveau Réalisme, Installation Art, Postmodern Art, Figurative Expressionism, and Hard-edge Painting.