Photo by Michael Biondo

Object & Thing joins Stone Barns Center in launching a new Gallery space at the nonprofit farm and education center in Pocantico Hills, New York. This first exhibition celebrates the linkages between artistic practices and farm sustainability. Object & Thing’s curation of the exhibition focused on artists it champions that share a deep awareness and reverence for the origin of the materials that inform their practices. The participating artists are: Johnny Ortiz, Gregg Moore, Megumi Arai, Jane Crisp, Green River Project LLC, Kiva Motnyk and Frances Palmer. Artists were offered the opportunity to visit with the Arts & Ecology team at Stone Barns Center in order to identify materials for their pieces. The overall display involves surfaces designed by Object & Thing’s artistic director, Rafael de Cárdenas, which were debuted at the inaugural edition of Object & Thing in Brooklyn. Artist, Frances Palmer, and Philippe Gouze, Stone Barns Center’s co-director of Arts & Ecology, will create floral installations that respond to the change of season throughout the exhibition. All of the works in the exhibition will be available for sale between March 31 through May 9 at stonebarnscenter.org/gallery, with a percentage of proceeds benefiting Stone Barns Center. The exhibition can be visited through advance reservations offered by Stone Barns Center, and to all guests dining at Chef in Residence at Stone Barns or picking-up resourcED boxes from Blue Hill. A related educational program involving talks and workshops with the participating artists will also be offered by Stone Barns Center. To make reservations to visit in person, please visit stonebarnscenter.org/gallery.



Installation Views

Photo by Michael Biondo
Photo by Michael Biondo
Photo by Michael Biondo
Photo by Michael Biondo
Photo by Michael Biondo
Photo by Michael Biondo
Photo by Michael Biondo
Photo by Michael Biondo
Photo by Michael Biondo
Photo by Michael Biondo
Photo by Michael Biondo
Photo by Michael Biondo
Photo by Michael Biondo
Photo by Michael Biondo
Photo by Michael Biondo
Photo by Michael Biondo
Photo by Michael Biondo
Photo by Michael Biondo
Photo by Michael Biondo

Artists

Works in the Exhibition