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Bonnie Lautenberg

Bonnie Lautenberg created the vibrant, monumental photographs that comprise Honey and Ice while she was on the go: flying in a plane over mountainous Israel and traveling in a boat around the shores of Antarctica. Both sites are far removed from the intense New York cityscapes of the artist’s American home. And yet presented here as single images, diptychs, or colorful friezes, the photographs in Honey and Ice establish themselves as part of an American artistic tradition in which depicting landscape’s beauty is incumbent upon reflecting nature’s power and precarity. Lautenberg belongs to this creative lineage—in which the artist seeks not to intrude upon the scene but to honor a contract of repair.

Viewing Hours:

9/11 – 12:15-4 pm
9/14 – 2-5 pm
9/26 – 3-6 pm
9/28 – 3-6 pm
10/7 – 1:30-5:30 pm
10/14 – 12-4 pm
10/15 – 4-8 pm
10/19 – 12-4 pm
10/30 – 5:45-8 pm
11/11 – 1:30-5:30 pm
11/13 – 1:30-5:30 pm

Bonnie Lautenberg

Bonnie Lautenberg started exhibiting her photographs in 2003 at a gallery in Sag Harbor, NY …

R.S.V.P. for the viewing with the artist:

Tue, Oct 15, 4-6 pm

* = required

92Y Gilda and Henry Block School of the Arts

Art Center faculty, adult and special exhibitions are supported by Gilda Block.

The Milton J. Weill Art Gallery is open to patrons of Kaufmann Concert Hall during regularly scheduled events. In addition, special viewing hours can be arranged. To inquire about an appointment, please email or call the Art Center at 212.415.5562.