Stephen Hannock: River Crossings, Olana and Thomas Cole Site, New York

The Thomas Cole National Historic Site and The Olana Partnership/Olana State Historic Site are co-hosting a landmark exhibition of contemporary art to highlight the pivotal role that the two historic properties — and the artists who lived and worked there — played in shaping America’s tradition of contemporary art. The 28 artists whose work is in the exhibition all have a connection to the region that Cole and Church helped ignite as a hot–bed of American art: from Greater New York City to Lake George and from Niagara Falls to Massachusetts. The exhibition is co-curated by Marlborough artists Stephen Hannock, and Jason Rosenfeld, the art historian who recently curated two exhibitions at Tate Britain in London and the National Gallery in Washington, D.C.

3 May – 1 November 2015

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The Thomas Cole National Historic Site and The Olana Partnership/Olana State Historic Site are co-hosting a landmark exhibition of contemporary art to highlight the pivotal role that the two historic properties — and the artists who lived and worked there — played in shaping America’s tradition of contemporary art. The 28 artists whose work is in the exhibition all have a connection to the region that Cole and Church helped ignite as a hot–bed of American art: from Greater New York City to Lake George and from Niagara Falls to Massachusetts. The exhibition is co-curated by Marlborough artists Stephen Hannock, and Jason Rosenfeld, the art historian who recently curated two exhibitions at Tate Britain in London and the National Gallery in Washington, D.C.

3 May – 1 November 2015

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