About The Sculpture & Architecture Park
Art Omi presents the works of contemporary artists and architects over 120 acres of fields and forest, offering the opportunity to experience a range of large-scale works in a singular outdoor environment, along with the Newmark Gallery. The Sculpture & Architecture Park currently offers more than 60 works of art and architecture on view, with pieces added or exchanged each year.
- To plan your visit to Art Omi Sculpture & Architecture Park, click here.
- To explore current and past exhibitions, click here.
- Download Sculpture & Architecture Park Map here.
- Download the Explore Map, which highlights works designed for interactivity, here.
Zach Feuer, Director, Sculpture Park
From 2000 to 2015, Feuer operated Zach Feuer Gallery in various locations in New York City, which was quickly established as a preeminent venue for emerging and mid-career artists. Artists represented by Zach Feuer Gallery include Dana Schutz, Nathalie Djurberg, Jon Rafman, Tal R, and Sister Corita Kent. In 2002, Feuer co-founded the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA), a non-profit organization dedicated to the cultivation, support, and advancement of new voices in contemporary art. After relocating upstate in 2014, Feuer opened Retrospective Gallery in Hudson, New York presenting exhibitions by Joe Bradley, Jamian Juliano-Villani, and others. In 2015, Feuer co-founded the Triform Community Bike Shop, where he continues to work part-time.
Bill Maynes, Director Emeritus, Sculpture Park
Sculpture Park Director Emeritus, Bill Maynes, is also the owner of BMI–producing and directing documentaries of artists, writers, and art historians. His recent clients include: The New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture, New York; The Erie Art Museum, Pennsylvania; Royal Pavilion and Museums, Brighton, United Kingdom; Alexandre Gallery, New York; Loretta Howard Gallery, New York; Rijksmuseum Twenthe, The Netherlands; the BBC; and Rubicon Gallery, Dublin.
From 1993 to 2004, he owned and directed three separate art galleries: two in New York City, and early on, one in Hudson, New York. Bill Maynes Gallery, Inc., which opened in the Chelsea district of Manhattan in 1996, represented twenty contemporary artists working in painting, sculpture, photography and new media; whose careers were in their early stages of development. His exhibitions were regularly reviewed in The New York Times, ARTnews, Art in America, and Artforum. Maynes is also the sole representative agent for the artist Lee Bontecou.
About Art Omi: Architecture
Art Omi: Architecture facilitates projects that explore the intersection of architecture, art, and landscape by architects. This unique program offers 60 acres to exhibit physical structures such as pavilions, installations, landscape interventions, and constructed environments designed by architects, as well as indoor gallery exhibitions. In addition, Art Omi: Architecture offers an annual international residency program for early to mid-career architects, providing an opportunity to develop ideas during two weeks on Art Omi's campus. Since 2016, Manhattan-based architect Warren James has served as Director of Art Omi: Architecture.
Art Omi: Architecture Residency Program
The Art Omi: Architecture Residency program is the first of its kind in the nation. Each winter, Art Omi: Architecture invites 10 early- to mid-career architects from around the world to develop their work during a full two-week residency on Art Omi’s campus. More information here.
Warren James, Director, Art Omi: Architecture
Architect and urban designer Warren James is based in Manhattan. He is also a guest curator, published author, lecturer and visiting professor. The architecture and planning studio he founded, WAJA+P, has designed both PINTA: Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art and FLUX Art fairs in New York, and worked on exhibitions for The Museum of Modern Art, Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum, Museo del Barrio, Museum of The City of New York, and Museo de Arte de Ponce. As part of a multidisciplinary team the firm worked on the planning and development for the proposed National Latino Museum in Washington, DC. James studied architecture and urban design at Cornell and Columbia. His architectural drawings are in the permanent collection of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum, Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico, and Centre Canadien d’Architecture.
Art Omi: Architecture Program Board
- Lee H. Skolnick, Board Chair
- Elisabeth Akkerman*
- Isabelle Autones
- Alice Aycock
- Meta Brunzema
- Jacob Buksbaum
- John Cleater
- Bruce L. Ehrmann
- Glenn Erickson
- Peter Franck
- Francis Greenburger
- Marc Kemeny
- Oliver Kruse
- Michael Regan
- Kathleen Triem
- Rachel Weingiest
- Allan Wexler
* In Memoriam