There is No Place Like Storm King Art Center
For more than 60 years, Storm King’s groundbreaking vision of art, nature, and people has inspired visitors and artists to rethink what a museum can be. Each visit to Storm King offers a new experience, allowing you to discover an unmatched collection of art in an everchanging natural landscape.
Storm King is set to embark on our first-ever Capital Project, which will offer our growing community an unparalleled visitor experience, increase the opportunities for art and working with artists, and preserve the Art Center’s 500-acre site and collection for the next generation.
In the News
Storm King leadership and the project team principals discuss the capital project in an exclusive for The Art Newspaper. Read the article >
1: Rendering of new welcome sequence. Background right: Alexander Calder, The Arch, 1975. Purchase fund and gift of the Ralph E. Ogden Foundation. © 2022 Calder Foundation, New York/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Image: Storm King Art Center
2: Aerial view rendering of new welcome sequence. Image: Storm King Art Center
3: Rendering of new Conservation, Fabrication, and Maintenance Building. Roy Lichtenstein, Mermaid, 1994. Major funding provided by: Ford Motor Company Fund, Ralph E. Ogden Foundation, The Young America Foundation. © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein. Image: Storm King Art Center
4: Rendering of new South Meadow, reclaimed from a former parking lot. Image: Storm King Art Center
5: Mark di Suvero, Pyramidian, 1987/1998. Gift of the Ralph E. Ogden Foundation. © Mark di Suvero, courtesy the artist and Spacetime C.C., New York. Photo by Jerry L. Thompson