While hundreds of museums and galleries across the country and around the world are currently closed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, a number of sculpture parks, gardens, and arboretums remain open to visitors, offering valuable spaces to connect with art and the outdoors.
Humlebæk, Denmark Louisiana Museum of Modern Art June 5, 2020–January 10, 2021 “Japanese artist Tetsumi Kudo (1935-1990) was a radical and visionary outsider. Almost forgotten until recently, Kudo is being rediscovered internationally due to his foreboding depictions of an ailing world and the emergence of a ‘new ecology.’
Online Presented in six “chapters,” released weekly from May 21 – June 25, 2020 “‘To Think Everything Over Again‘ is an exhibition conceived shortly before the pandemic began and which was resignified in the context of isolation that began in March 2020.
Knislinge, Sweden Wanås Konst May 9–November 1, 2020 “In the summer of 2020, the Wanås Foundation presents “Sowing Into Painting,” a solo exhibition with new works by internationally acclaimed artist Kimsooja. The artist is creating a planting project for the sculpture park Wanås Konst in the form of a flax cultivation that investigates the conceptual relationship
until April 5 Tate Modern “Walker’s fountain explores the interconnected histories of Africa, America and Europe. She uses water as a key theme, referring to the transatlantic slave trade and the ambitions, fates and tragedies of people from these three continents.
SALON 94 BOWERY New York through December 21, 2019 Neri’s ambitious large-scale ceramics pulsate with forceful femininity. Adorning oversized vessels or towering in fully sculpted form, the artist’s nude female figures are at once powerful and manic.
through January 12, 2020 Whitney Museum of American Art New York Rachel Harrison’s (b. 1966) first full-scale survey will track the development of her career over the past twenty-five years, incorporating room-size installations, autonomous sculpture, photography, and drawing.
Until January 5, 2020 Tate Modern “In Eliasson’s captivating installations you become aware of your senses, people around you and the world beyond. Some artworks introduce natural phenomena such as rainbows to the gallery space. Others use reflections and shadows to play with the way we perceive and interact with the world.
Nasher Sculpture Center until August 18, 2019 “Sheila Hicks (American, born 1934) has been working supple and pliable materials for over sixty years. Known for pushing perceptions of art beyond traditional associations, the artist uses fiber to create sculptures and objects that give material form to color.