The Expressive Voice:
Landscape Reimagined

Renee Rothbein, Garden (Inflorescence), detail)

Renee Rothbein, Garden (Inflorescence) (detail), 1969. 55”x67”. Oil on canvas. Courtesy of Harriet Fishman.

March 15–May 17, 2015

Members Only Reception

Saturday, March 14 \ 6–8pm
Refreshments served \ Cash bar
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This reception is sponsored in part by Panopticon Imaging.

About the Exhibition

Danforth Art is pleased to present the third installment of The Expressive Voice, a year-long exploration of the permanent collection. Works on view this spring represent both traditional interpretations of landscape and more unconventional approaches which subvert the definition. A significant focus of this installation is work representing artists associated with Boston Expressionism. These artists complicate our understandings of landscape by working primarily from memory, resulting in scenes that are often deeply psychological and emotionally intensive. Works on view from the mid-twentieth century to today range from complex abstracted approaches of the natural world to expressive cityscapes, many which redefine and reimagine landscape traditions.

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