Public Opening: Saturday, September 22, 5–8 pm
No Time explores human relationships to the natural world in the past, present, and future. The exhibition offers a playful speculation into our perceptions of what we call “nature” and our role in its transformation. In the context of current discussions around climate change, the works in No Time show how artists can reinterpret and reimagine the landscape.
No Time builds an imaginary environment inspired by the Moss People sculptures of Finnish contemporary artist Kim Simonsson, complemented by dozens of artworks drawn from the McEvoy Family Collection. Predominant in No Time are historical, modern, and contemporary photographs spanning more than 130 years, including works by Nobuyoshi Araki, Binh Danh, Mitch Epstein, Rodney Graham, Mike and Doug Starn, Carleton Watkins, and Francesca Woodman.
Also featured in the exhibition are works by: Ansel Adams, Diane Arbus, Paul Caponigro, Keith Carter, Gohar Dashti, John Divola, Lee Friedlander, Adam Fuss, Charles Gaines, Emmet Gowin, James Hoff, Graciela Iturbide, Keizo Kitajima, Lisa Kokin, Richard Learoyd, Terri Loewenthal, Goshka Macuga, Tony Matelli, Ralph Eugene Meatyard, Abelardo Morell, Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs (TONK), Trevor Paglen, Gordon Parks, Alison Rossiter, Rosana Schoijett, David Benjamin Sherry, Mark Steinmetz, Larry Sultan, Penelope Umbrico, Henry Wessel, Jr., Garry Winogrand, and Margo Woloweic.
The exhibition is presented in tandem with the Global Climate Action Summit and Coal + Ice.