Bioscleave House, 2004 (Long Island). Part of the Architecture Against Death exhibit.
Ku Klux Klan night ceremony and cross burning (Valdosta, Georgia, 1922). Part of the Non-Retinal exhibit.
Luis Benedit, Fitotrón (System of Hydroponic Cultivation), 1973. Featured in The Other Epistemology exhibit.
Tomb of Pharaoh Seti I (Luxor, Egypt).Courtesty of National Geographic, 2002. Featured in the Sun Ra Meets Napolean exhibit.
ICA Fall Exhibits Through December 12
ICA presents four new exhibits for the fall 2004 season beginning September 9. The exhibits on display are Ant Farm: 1968-1978, Trials and Turbulence: Pepón Osorio, An Artist in Residence at DHS, David Lamelas: Exhibiting Mediality and this year's Ramp Project with artist Amy Sillman.
Media Burn by Ant Farm, July 4, 1975. Performance at the Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA. Photo by John F. Turner.
Face to Face by Pepón Osorio, 2002. Mixed media with 5 computer monitors with video, 2 large projected DVDs, TV with home video. Photo by Becket Logan, courtesy of Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, NY.
Límite de una Proyección by David Lamelas, 1967. Installation view, Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires. Courtesy of the artist and Witte de With, Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam.
Unearth by Amy Sillman, 2003. Oil on canvas, 66" x 78". Courtesy of Brent Sikkema NYC.
A Garden For Your Walls Through January 9
Lillium Stargazer, watercolor by Gwen Koths
Three Leaves by Gwen Koths
Enchanting Plants: Images from a Roving Horticulturist
Morris Arboretum Through February 27
Weeping Beech at Royal Botanic Gardents, Kew by Anthony Aiello.
Track of the Rainbow Serpent
Penn Museum Through February 27
Kandimalal (Wolf Creek Crater) and the Rainbow Serpent by Boxer Milner from Billilunal, commissioned in 2000.
Stan Brumby from Halls Creek with Sugar Leaf Dreaming, commissioned in 2000. Photo:. Peggy Reeves Sanday
Transcendence: Louis I. Kahn at Dhaka
Kroiz Gallery Through April 8