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Storm King Art Center, the internationally renowned outdoor sculpture museum in New York’s Hudson Valley, announced the launch of a special online feature, which explores six remarkable decades of art in nature at Storm King on the occasion of its 60th anniversary in 2020.

On view at from May 18, 2020, the online presentation explores the history of Storm King’s landscape and the Art Center’s longstanding stewardship of the environment. Organized around three main areas—Land, Leadership, Art—the exhibition brings to light previously unseen documents and photographs from the Storm King archive to illustrate the story of Storm King’s development since its founding.

The exhibition features more than 200 archival images and documents, which bring to life some of the most influential moments in the evolution of Storm King’s landscape, permanent collection and special exhibitions and programs. From its first site-specific commissions to the visionary purchase and subsequent donation of Schunnemunk Mountain to the State of New York, Site Ecology: Land, Leadership, Art celebrates Storm King’s history of environmental stewardship and mission to further an ongoing dialogue between art and nature.