Public Projects


Swimmer | Mary Mattingly

Presented by Alessandro Berni Gallery

Location: Outdoor Sculpture Garden
After a long career in advertising, Mary Mattingly began making art full time in 2009. Her  work drew on the nostalgia and whimsy of Americana, her personal history, and our  collective past. She explores these ideas through a variety of mixed media including  whimsical sculpture, drawing, and jewelry.  Throughout her career, collage has been a consistent influence. Her most recent... read more

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Worth & Weight | Morgan Hobbs

Presented by VSOP

Location: Central Lounge
In Worth & Weight, Morgan Hobbs creates a sculptural installation that depicts a site of ruins made almost entirely from recycled materials. Amazon boxes, trash bags filled with packing peanuts, toilet paper rolls, milk jugs, and plastic sheets are assembled together and coated in pulverized newspaper creating a rough, gray surface. The fossil-like forms take the shape of blocks with... read more

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Bloom | Norman Mooney

Presented by C Fine Art

Location: Central Lounge
Norman Mooney was born in Dublin Ireland in 1971. He studied at the Crawford College of Art and Design in Cork and completed his BFA at the National College of Art in Dublin, 1992. He then received the distinguished honor of participating in the Third Degree program at the Irish Museum of Modern Art from 1992 to 1993. In 1994,... read more

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Sans Titre Ref (334) | Nicolas Dubreuille

Presented by Galerie Duret

Location: Outdoor Sculpture Garden
The art of Nicolas Dubreuille, an artist who has joined forces with color and geometry, is animated by a desire for research and renewal. His visually intense artworks do not yield to any system and resonate in a contemporary manner through their minimalist and pop spirit. Dubreuille produces paintings and sculptures that blend geometric and curvilinear forms that fluctuate between... read more

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Dancing Lovers & Spinning Antlers | Moises Morgenstern

Presented by AiBo

Location: Outdoor Sculpture Garden
Moises Morgenstern is a self-taught artist and explains that “Art has always been in my family and in my life.” His father was a jewelry designer; his mother is an architect; and his grandfather was a photographer. Since he was a young boy, Moises has always thought about design and sculpture. In 1991, he studied Graphic Design at Institute Soligraphica... read more

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Barking at the Moon | Richard Pitts

Presented by amArtHouse

Location: Outdoor Sculpture Garden
Richard Pitts grew up in a traveling military family, finally settling in Asbury Park, NJ. While enrolled in Newark College of Fine and Industrial Arts in 1959-60, he met his first Fine Art mentor, Reuben Kadish. As a childhood friend of Phillip Guston and best friend of Jackson Pollock, Kadish, a sculptor, introduced Richard to the expanded qualities and spiritual... read more

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Victory Striding | Ed Smith

Presented by amArtHouse

Location: Outdoor Sculpture Garden
Ed Smith is a member of the National Academy, a Guggenheim Fellow in Sculpture and Drawing and a member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors. His work is represented in public and private collections in the United States and abroad. These include The British Museum, The Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp Belgium, Ministry of the Flemish Community, The... read more

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Butterfly Effect | Steven Lowy

Presented by amArtHouse

Location: Outdoor Sculpture Garden
Steven Lowy is an artist and independent curator who came onto the art scene in the late 1980s with the Urban Imagery Project, a street art collaboration with master printer Pascal Giraudon. The two worked together to create colorful prints of manhole covers, enlisting fire departments and schools from South Central Los Angeles to the South of France, with Lowy... read more

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