We are delighted to announce our new exhibitions, events and the expansion plans of our Sculpture Reserve and T2 Gallery.

 

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T2 RESERVE and EX of IN    

Opens July 2, 2016


T2 RESERVE and EX of IN    

SHA Architecture Opening Celebration


Jeffrey Lependorf

Spherical Intersections: Dedicated to Malevich
Japanese shakuhachi flute


Robert Kelly

Poetry Reading from Phases of Earth

 

The T2 Reserve and Ex of In catalogue with an essay by Mark Morris accompanies the exhibition. You may download the catalogue here.

 

 

T2 GALLERY / EX OF IN HOUSE

In addition to ‘T’ Space, the grand scheme is to preserve the new 28-acre landscape as a sculpture reserve. On site, T2 Gallery, a rural hunter’s cabin from c.1959, is transformed into an exhibition / orientation pavillion via additions with seven Light Turrets.

 

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From the Latin turris, or the Italian torreta (little tower), turrets were historically defense positions.  In this Light Turrets gallery, instead of guns shooting out, light shoots in.

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As an exhibition space, T2 Gallery will serve as an orientation pavilion for a new 28-acre sculpture reserve; a natural landscape extension of the programs of ‘T’ Space.  Nearby, a new compact experimental house—Ex of In—will serve as quarters for artists in residence.

 

ONGOING


Pat Steir
 An Installation

THE FLOATING LINE

Open through July 10, 2016

Download our catalogue for Pat Steir’s THE FLOATING LINE here 

 

UPCOMING


JULY 23, 2016

Agnieszka Kurant

Variables
open through October 30, 2016

Frances-Marie Uitti

Cello Concert: Scelsi’s Ygghur & Feldman’s Intersection 4 and Projection 1

 

We are grateful to Steven Holl Architects for sponsoring this July 2, 2016 program: the T2 Reserve and Ex of In exhibition, catalogue, opening celebration and the T2 summer open hours for the community.
The June 4, 2016 and July 23, 2016 programs of ‘T’ Space are made possible because of the support of our Patrons, Sponsors, Donors, Friends and Emerging Supporters. Join our growing list of generous Supporters who make ‘T’ Space a sustainable project and a vital force in the Hudson Valley and beyond.T’ Space is a 501c3 non-profit organization and tax deductible contributions can be made here:

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