New at The Bennington
Portraying the Human Spirit and Impressions of New England open online and in our galleries in ten days, and we're all eagerly awaiting their arrival. We've released a sneak peek on our blog, where you can also listen to Artist Kim Hill's explanation of her piece Nestled In, which we think represents perfectly the nature of the work in Portraying the Human Spirit.
The nineteenth annual Art of the Animal Kingdom opened last month at The Bennington. For the second year we have had artists record explanations for their peaces, describing their inspirations and thought processes. These recordings are part of our interactive in house audio tour, but a sneak peek can be found on our blog, where artist Rob Mullen discusses his piece Confluence Cornucopia.
This year, for the first time, we are offering our members a chance to see two complete shows five days before they are seen by the public. The shows, Portraying the Human Spirit and Impressions of New England, are available to our members here, accessible with a code received by email or by calling. Not a member? Memberships are available online here.
A complete catalogue of the work in this year's Art of the Animal Kingdom is now available in our shop.