the new millennium
20 nationally recognized and emerging local artists have transformed
places at the University and in the sur- ounding community this
summer as part of the Bayly Art Museum's special exhibition, "Hindsight/Fore-site:
Art for the New Millennium."
Tree, by Dennis Oppenheim.
exhibit features site-specific works in both public and private
locations, placed throughout Charlottesville, Albermarle and Orange
counties. The works explore Thomas Jefferson's vast influence
and varied contributions to American history.
artists include: Ann Hamilton, Dennis Oppenheim, Agnes Denes,
Martha Jackson-Jarvis, Lucio Pozzi, William Bennett, Rosemarie
Fiore, Daniel Reeves and Tim Curtis. Other local exhibitors are:
Susan Bacik, Robert Strini, Barbara MacCallum, Susan Chowder,
Dan Mahon, Robert Reed, Beatrix Ost and Todd Murphy.
April and early June, area volunteers collaborated with the artists
to help produce the exhibition, which was curated by Lyn Bolen
Rushton, owner of Les Yeux du Monde Gallery in Charlottesville.
The exhibit kicked off June 17 with community-centered activities
recognizing the artists.
map of the sites and information are available at http://www.virginia.edu/~bayly
or by calling the museum at 924-3592.