Posts Tagged ‘Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum’

Taylor at the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art

Chris Taylor (Senior Critic, Glass) is current featured in a new group exhibition at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum (258 Main Street, Ridgefield) the exhibition is entitled, Handheld, and it explores the contemporary meaning of touch by charting artists’, designers’, and makers’ various responses to objects scaled to the hand. Including works by Alma Allen, Aldo Bakker, […]

Taylor Featured at 1969 gallery and Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

Chris Taylor (Senior Critic, Glass) has been selected to feature in the opening exhibition of the new 1969 Gallery (103 Allen Street, New York). Taylor was commissioned to produce a special sculpture piece to accompany All Together Now: New Paintings by Tom Anholt, Markus Bacher, and Alexander Kroll. The exhibition is on show now through 6th November 2016. […]

Scanavino installation at Aldrich Museum

David Scanavino (Critic, Foundation Studies) has created a site-specific floor installation and new large-scale wall relief for his exhibition titled Imperial Texture at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield CT, transforming the South Gallery into both an experiential sculpture and an engaging platform for interactivity. Imperial Texture The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum Ridgefield, CT […]

South: Floor / Ceiling

An exhibition of work by Jane South (Critic, Sculpture) has opened at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, Conn. South’s practice has consistently engaged space in an architectural manner, drawing in three dimensions with paper. Combining rigorous geometric abstraction with the chaotic nature of urban and industrial infrastructure, her constructions push the material constraints of paper, offhandedly referencing, […]