Maya Lin: A River Is a Drawing is an ambitious, site-specific exhibition that will explore nature's lasting power and reveal its fragility through Maya Lin’s unique language of art. The acclaimed artist and designer will present new works in a variety of media, from bamboo reeds to glass industrial marbles, all created in response to the Hudson River.
This powerful exhibition will assert the perpetual importance of dialogue between artists past and present, environmental awareness, education, and public participation to reimagine our relationship with the natural world; activating the Museum both inside and out in new and exciting ways. The exhibition will be on view at the Hudson River Museum from October 12, 2018 through January 20, 2019, and is guest curated by Miwako Tezuka, a modern and contemporary Asian art specialist.
In conjunction with the presentation of Maya Lin: A River Is a Drawing, Hudson River Museum will host programming that includes an Artist Talk with Maya Lin as well as a gallery tour with guest curator Miwako Tezuka. For more information on the exhibition and related events, visit Hudson River Museum's website.