Storm King at Home

Enjoy a bit of what’s amazing about Storm King, from home! This page connects you to our most recent digital content, please come back often. If you have ideas for what might make your virtual visit to Storm King even better, let us know. Send a note to hello@stormkingartcenter.org, we’d love to hear from you.


WATCH:

Check out our our Vimeo page for recordings of all our virtual programs this year, including performances of The Hikers, a dance work conceived by Rashid Johnson and Claudia Schrier.

 

CREATE:

Discover creative learning activities to bring art and nature to your home. Visit the CREATE page or see projects from this year’s Summer Camp Anywhere.

 

 

Two people in a rowboat on the Storm King pond

EXPLORE OUR ONLINE EXHIBITION

Discover Site Ecology: Land, Leadership, Art, which explores the making of Storm King over 60 years, with never-seen-before 200 archival images and documents.

 

BROWSE OUR COLLECTION:

Storm King’s collection includes traditional and large-scale sculpture, site-specific earthworks, drawings, and photos. Browse by artist name or artwork title.

Seen here: Sarah Sze’s Fallen Sky (2020-21)

 

VIEW PAST EXHIBITIONS: 

Discover Storm King’s past exhibitions and catalogs, dating back as early as 1960.

Seen here: Zhang Huan: Evoking Tradition on view at Storm King in 2014.

 

DISCOVER ARCHIVES & ORAL HISTORIES:

Explore multi-format records from the 1960’s to today in the Storm King’s Archives, including interviews with artists and leadership in the Oral History Program, and an online collaboration with The Estate of David Smith.

Seen here: Louise Bourgeois Number Seventy-Two (The No March) (1972)

 

red sculpture in rolling fields

ZOOM WITH STORM KING:

Bring art and nature on your next Zoom call with these background images of iconic scenes at Storm King.

 

 

Artwork Mother Peace by Mark di Suvero in a green field on a sunny day.STAY CONNECTED:

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