Current Exhibition

  • Joe Bradley
  • Oscar Tuazon
  • Michael Williams
  • Oscar Tuazon
  • Michael Williams
  • Joe Bradley

Known for his conceptual and often site-specific sculptures, Tuazon presents the single large-scale installation Une colonne d’eau – Life prototype (2017). Installed in the lower gallery, the work contributes a three-dimensional materiality and interactive dimension to both Williams’s and Bradley’s use of line. Nearly nine feet tall, Tuazon’s monumental sculpture is comprised of sections of large diameter pipe displayed above ground, inviting visitor interaction. Engineered for use in civic-scale floodwater management and rainwater retention, the recycled thermoplastic pipes are an architecture of water made visible. This is a pipeline you can walk through, a pipeline for people to experience their bodies in relation to space, volume, and emptiness. A tree trunk cut from the Bois de Vincennes, Paris’s largest public park, is installed in the pipeline’s interior, serving as a biological indicator of the health of an ecosystem, a record of the water we all depend on.

Both Bradley and Williams are recognized for their interest in drawing, abstraction, and painterly experimentation, which grounds and visually connects their practices despite the stylistic disparities between their bodies of work. Bradley presents a large cross section of his work—including, notably, a selection of early works that have never been shown, in addition to a selection of new works that are also making their public exhibition debut. Williams shows a series of puzzle drawings and inkjet works on canvas.

Programs and Events:

The Brant Foundation Library – Selected Resources Inspired by Joe Bradley, Oscar Tuazon, and Michael Williams

Joe Bradley, Oscar Tuazon, Michael Williams Exhibition Opening

K-12 Programs

Abstract Landscape Painting Workshop

Luncheon on the Grass

Sunday Hours

Art & Yoga at The Brant Foundation

For Artist Oscar Tuazon the Journey is Another Medium

Library Science Internship

Description: This is a paid library science internship position for individuals interested in gaining experience with library cataloguing. Interns will assist in processing and maintaining The Brant Foundation’s extraordinary collection of contemporary art books, artist monographs, exhibition catalogues, and periodicals. Interns will learn to work with library cataloging software to take inventory, examine and evaluate materials, create bibliographic records, and produce other necessary documentation for the Foundation’s library. Successful candidates will possess exceptional organizational and computing skills, and a keen sense of attention to detail.

When: Summer/Fall 2018

Where: The Brant Foundation Art Study Center

941 North Street, Greenwich, CT 06831

Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to Sabrina.Marsalisi@brantfoundation.org

Image: Cindy Sherman Untitled Film Still #13 (1978), Courtesy of the artist and Metro Pictures, NY

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