SupraEnvironmental, Installation view by Margaret Fox.

SupraEnvironmental brings together the work of contemporary artists who transform natural and man-made materials to provide new pivots and vantage points onto our contemporary environment.Throughout the exhibition there is an abiding sense of how contemporary artists create enlightening and unexpected encounters with the objects and things that shape our day-to-day situations. Their work prompts deep experiences of the actual and imaginative relationships that we have with our environment and also our positions within it.

Curated by Charlotte Cotton, with assistance from Shilpi Chandra and Elizabeth Rooklidge.

SupraEnvironmental is made possible through support by Victoria and Stephen Morris. The Katonah Museum of Art is supported in part by Arts Westchester with support by the Westchester County Government, The New York State Council on the Arts with support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. This exhibition is part of an overarching theme of the 2015-16 program at the Katonah Museum of Art related to the environment.






David Brooks , Repositioned Core (Installation view), 2014, Rock core extracted from 5,285 feet, and metal scaffolding , 54 x 60 x 72 inches. Image by Margaret Fox and Tim Grajek, © David Brooks.


All images by Margaret Fox unless otherwise noted.

Henrik Håkansson , Untitled (Cocos Nucifera), 2006, Cocos nucifera palm tree, aluminum structure with dripping system, and metal halide light, 60 x 60 inches x 12 feet. © Henrik Håkansson, Courtesy Rennie Collection, Vancouver/


Nick van Woert, Journey To The Surface of The Earth (Boyle Family) #2, 2015 , North American Pine, MDF, and stainless steel frame , 97 x 70 x 3 inches. © Nick van Woert, Courtesy of the artist and Moran Bondaroff, Los Angeles.

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