Friday, March 25, 2016


Overgrowth, an exhibition featuring representations of prolific expansion, growth and mutation found in nature as well as the built environment will open at the deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park in Lincoln, MA on April 1 and continue through September 18.

Overgrowth, drawn from deCordova’s permanent collection, includes  work in various mediums by more than 45 artists, including

Edward Steichen, Rachel Perry, Willy Heeks, Lee Friedlander, Todd McKie, Jean Arp, Layla Ali, Henry Moore, Jon Imber and Laura McPhee.

The exhibition’s central theme examines aspects of transformation and change that occur in nature. Many of these works also address human perceptions of the landscape and the ways in which people attempt to control and shape the natural world. 

Yikes, that sounds kinda serious, doesn't it?

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