Education


  • Barnaby Furnas
    The Fruit Eaters, 2013
    Acrylic on linen
    88 x 96 inches
    Courtesy of the Artist and Victoria Miro, London
    © Barnaby Furnas. Photography: Stephen White

  • Fred Tomaselli
    Study for Expulsion, 2000
    Leaves, pills, acrylic, photocollage, and resin on wood panel
    24 x 30 in.
    © The Artist / Courtesy of James Cohan Gallery, New York/Shanghai

  • Mary Temple
    Preparatory drawing for North Wall, South Light, Garden, from the series Light Installations 2002-Present, 2014
    Acrylic on existing architecture
    12 1/2 x 13 ½ ft.
    Courtesy of the Artist and Mixed Greens, New York

  • Rona Pondick
    Dwarfed Blue Pine, 2009-10
    Painted bronze
    Unique
    21 x 42 x 23 inches
    Courtesy of Sonnabend Gallery, New York, and Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris/Salzburg

  • Naomi Reis
    Vertical Garden (Weeds), 2007
    Acrylic and ink mixed-media collage on mylar
    53 x 35 inches
    Collection of Katarina Maxianova and Aaron Hagedorn

  • Pipilotti Rist
    Sparking of the Domesticated Synapses (Funkenbildung der domestizierten Synapsen), 2010
    1 integrated projector and media player, diverse objects, wooden shelf or table, and fresh flowers Edition of 5 with 1 artist’s proof
    Video duration: 5'34 minute loop
    35 2/8 X 31 1/2 X 11 3/4 inches
    Courtesy of the Artist, Luhring Augustine, New York, and Hauser & Wirth

  • Sean Capone
    1000 Paths (To The Divine), 2014
    Looping dual-HD video projection with audio
    Courtesy of the Artist

  • Lina Puerta
    Untitled 10 from the Botánico Series (detail), 2011
    Polyurethane foam, wood, resin, paint, fabric, fiberfill, rhinestones, trims, beads, feathers, moss, and artificial plants
    70 x 28 x 24 inches
    Courtesy of the Artist

  • Dana Sherwood
    Banquets in the Dark Wildness, 2014
    Video monitors, steel, aluminum, glass, plaster, clay, resin, foam, papier-mâché, and varnish
    28 x 42 x 70 in.
    Courtesy of the Artist

  • Alexis Rockman
    Gowanus, 2013
    Oil on wood
    72 x 90 in.
    © Alexis Rockman
    Courtesy of Sperone Westwater, New York


PROGRAMS DURING BACK TO EDEN


The following programs are free and open to the public. Registration is suggested but not required. For more information or to register, please click the "Register" links below, call (212) 408-1500, or email education@mobia.org.

 

Curator Tour: Jennifer Scanlan
Wednesday, September 10
6:30 pm

Back to Eden curator Jennifer Scanlan will lead a tour of the exhibition, offering insight into the multi-media art on view and explaining her curatorial objectives.

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Artist Talk: Dana Sherwood and Mark Dion
Wednesday, September 17
6:30 pm

Artists Mark Dion and Dana Sherwood will speak together about their collaborative garden and outdoor endeavors. They will also address their work on view in the exhibition: Mark Dion’s The Snake Before the Fall and Dana Sherwood’s Banquets in the Dark Wildness.

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HIGHLIGHTS TOURS DURING BACK TO EDEN

MOBIA staff members introduce visitors to current exhibitions through rich stories and interesting details in works of art on view. Free. Registration is not required.

Every Saturday and Sunday
3:00pm

June 28 and 29
July 5 and 6
July 12 and 13
July 19 and 20
July 26 and 27
August 2 and 3
August 9 and 10
August 16 and 17
August 23 and 24
August 30 and 31
September 6 and 7
September 13 and 14
September 20 and 21
September 27 and 28

Visit MOBIA Museum of Biblical Art
1865 Broadway at 61st Street
New York, NY 10023
Phone: (212) 408-1500
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