‘T’ Space/Ann Hamilton “as after is before” Featured in The New York Times
July 28, 2023
Zachary Small featured Ann Hamilton’s as after is before at ‘T’ Space in his July 27th article “A Guide to Art Exhibitions in New York and Massachusetts” for The New York Times, which discusses highlights from the weekend arts scene Upstate!
“Weaving together words like they were art supplies, the artist Ann Hamilton has built a career somewhere between poetry, painting and sculpture. Her large-scale installations and performance collaborations are rapturous, as was her 2012 Park Avenue Armory project, “the event of a thread,” and her 2018 public artwork in the World Trade Center subway station, “CHORUS.”
The poet emerita of the art world, who lives in Ohio, returns to New York, turning the ‘T’ Space gallery into what curators describe as an “alphabetic footprint” where Hamilton uses the surrounding environment to inform the conditions of the work — made with wool coats, sheep fleece, inscribed stones, recorded sound and other materials.
Vittorio Calabrese, the director of Magazzino Italian Art, a cultural center in Philipstown, N.Y., recommended the exhibition.
“I cannot wait to go back,” Calabrese said, adding that the space includes a relaxing nature reserve, architectural archive and research library.”
We are listed alongside other amazing local organizations such as Mass MoCA, and Thomas Cole National Historic Site.