• Dina Recanati, Trees, 1989 painted steel. Omi Fields Sculptures Park. Photographie : Dominique Haim
  • Yoandy Riso Fiallo, Nest : Point of view, 2012 hemlock wood. Omi Fields Sculptures Park. Photographie : Dominique Haim.
  • Mary Ann, Untitled (Misericordia), 1990, bonded iron. Omi Fields Sculptures Park. Photographie : Dominique Haim.
  • Alison Saar, Winter, 2011, cast iron. Omi Fields Sculptures Park. Photographie : Dominique Haim.
  • Godfrey Dewitt, Picker Sculpture, 2004 steel. Omi Fields Sculptures Park. Photographie : Dominique Haim.
  • Robert Grosvenor, Untitled, 1968. Omi Fields Sculptures Park. Photographie : Dominique Haim.
  • Omi Fields Sculptures Park. Photographie : Dominique Haim.
  • Robert Grosvenor, Untitled, 1968 painted steel. Omi Fields Sculptures Park. Photographie : Dominique Haim.
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The Fields Sculpture Park at OMI International Arts Center

Destinations - 08/04/2015 - Article : Dominique Haim - Photos : Dominique Haim

Founded by Francis J. Greenburger, Omi International Arts Center is mostly known for its residency programs, which host every year artists, musicians, dancers and writers. But Omi is also home to over seventy monumental sculptures spanning modern and contemporary art.

The Fields Sculpture Park started in the 90’s with an important long-term loan by New York art dealer André Emmerich (1924-2007). But works at Omi do not enter a permanent collection: on a rotation basis, about ten new sculptures are presented every year for a two to five-year period. Curated by Nicole Hayes, the program intends to present experimental and monumental works in a unique natural environment. Although artists-in-residence are not asked to produce works for the park, they are sometimes invited back for site-specific projects.

In recent years, Omi has developed the Architecture Omi program meant to encourage and explore the dialogue between architecture, sculpture and landscape.

The park is open year around. Imagine discovering this open-air museum whilst cross-country skiing!!!

Omi International Arts Center, The Fields Sculpture Park and Charles B. Benenson
Visitors Center & Café
1405 County Route 22
Ghent, NY 12075
Etats-Unis
www.artomi.org

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