Monday, March 2, 2020

Countryside the Future at the Guggenheim Museum

A new exhibit called Countryside The Future opened last month at the Guggenheim Museum.  Since I hadn't been there since last May, I thought it was time for a return visit.  There is much art that considers the urban environment, but 98% of the earth's surface is not occupied by cities.  Countryside is defined as rural remote and wild territories in all parts of the earth.  The exhibition considers urgent environmental, political, and socioeconomic issues.  There are video displays throughout the museum that enhance the experience for patrons.

I recommend this exhibit for my readers.

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