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Art & the Landscape
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Art & the Landscape

Trustees landscapes, rich in cultural, historical and natural context, provide platforms for inspiration and meaning. Art & the Landscape is a multi-year initiative to share compelling contemporary art in the context of a public landscape with Trustees members and visitors.

With the help of independent curator Pedro Alonzo, we aim to surprise, delight, and intrigue visitors with unique new works at some of our most iconic properties. In July 2019, Trustees presents our fourth Art & the Landscape installation, by internationally renowned contemporary artist Doug Aitken. The most ambitious project yet for the series, Aitken’s work will be a multi-site experience, complemented by music, conversation, and food, inspiring visitors to experience the convergence of art and landscape. Currently on view at Castle Hill on the Crane Estate is the third installation in the Art & the Landscape series, Alicja Kwade’s TunnelTeller. Previously, we featured commissioned works designed for The Old Manse in Concord and World’s End in Hingham, by renowned artists Sam Durant and Jeppe Hein, respectively. Each creation in the Art & the Landscape series is site-specific, designed to help tell the story of these treasured places.

For more information on each installation, follow these links:

Current Installation

Alicja Kwade: TunnelTeller
Castle Hill on the Crane Estate, Ipswich
May 19, 2018 – April 1, 2020 (Date extended!)

Alicja Kwade

Past Installations

Doug Aitken: New Horizon
Multiple Sites
July 12-28, 2019

Jeppe Hein: A New End
World's End, Hingham
August 26, 2016 – October 31, 2017

Jeppe Hein

Sam Durant: The Meeting House
The Old Manse, Concord
July 15 – October 31, 2016

Sam Durant

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