Andy Goldsworthy, a Mini-series: Rain Shadows
On the heels of last week’s post about needing your participation to help complete Andy Goldsworthy’s Path, we are kicking off a mini-series about the artist’s works, leading up to his visit and talk on May 15.
When Goldsworthy comes to the Albright-Knox, he often creates works on the Gallery’s grounds. Due to the transitory nature of his practice, these creations don’t stick around for long, but, lucky for you, we have pictures.
On June 2, 2010, when the artist was in town to work on a project for Beyond/In Western New York 2010, he created one of his famous Rain Shadows at the bottom of the Delaware Stairs. Two years later, he created another Rain Shadow just outside the Elmwood Avenue entrance. Both are pictured above.
Join us for a rare opportunity to hear Goldsworthy talk about his work on Wednesday, May 15, at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $10 for Members, $20 for non-members, and $15 for students and seniors. Learn More and Buy Tickets
Images © Andy Goldsworthy