The City

Contemporary Views
of the Built Environment

February 8 through May 14, 2005


Tomie Arai, Shimon Attie, Olive Ayhens, Jacobo Borges, Monika Bravo, Jonathan Calm, Paul Chojnowski, Nancy Davenport, Jaime Davidovich, Jane Dickson, Josh Dorman, Rackstraw Downes, Elger Esser, Benjamin Edwards, Red Grooms, Richard Haas, Daniel Hauben, Bertrand Ivanoff, Yvonne Jacquette, Kahn and Selesnick, John Kirchner, Bob Knox, Stefan Kurten, Sze Tsung Leong, Thomas Lollar, Michael Najjar, Antonio Petracca, Andrea Robbins and Max Becher, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Terry Towery, Carlos Vega, Gina Fuentes Walker, and Robert Yarber

The City: Contemporary Views of the Built Environment explores the notion of the city as a locus for utopian dreams and shared histories. It represents a second part to the earlier landscape exhibit, Images of Time and Place. The City examines work in a broad range of media—painting, drawings, photography, video, and installation—and explores innovative approaches to the traditional genre of the "cityscape." It is being presented in the Edith Altschul Lehman wing and the Robert Lehman wing of the Lehman College Art Gallery. In conjunction with the exhibition there will be both an on-line and print catalogue. The exhibition is curated by Nina Sundell and Susan Hoeltzel.

This exhibition is funded in part by the New York State Council on the Arts.

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