Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery
New York, New York

Shifting Shorelines: Art, Industry, and Ecology Along the Hudson River brings together historical and contemporary art, visual and material culture, and environmental science to engage in a critical dialogue about the art of the Hudson River. Foregrounding alternative narratives, the works featured include objects of Lenape life, ceramic jars made by African Americans for the oyster industry from the eighteenth through the twentieth century, and contemporary Asian American artists’ responses to the river’s environmental damage, among other works. 

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