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On view through October 28, 2022
Berkshire Botanical Garden
Stockbridge, Massachusetts

Berkshire Botanical Garden presents the first of a four-part art exhibition titled, “Symbiosis.” Including outdoor sculptures in the gardens and indoor artwork in the Leonhardt Galleries, this exhibition aesthetically merges art and the botanical world.

Curated by renowned art collector Beth Rudin DeWoody, “Symbiosis” will not only focus on the interaction between two organisms that mutually benefit each other, but also will speak in a greater sense about the overall interconnectivity of living things.

“I am thrilled to continue my ongoing collaboration with the Berkshire Botanical Garden — this time with ‘Symbiosis,”’ said DeWoody, who curated last year’s “Taking Flight” sculpture exhibit at BBG. “Throughout my collecting, I see patterns in the works that artists are creating. This exhibition focuses on the natural world and the relationships among living things and is reflective of what I have been seeing within the greater art world.”

[Image: Paul Villinksi’s “Essence,” 2019. Aluminum (found cans), steel, rivets, enamel. 72.5 x 48 x 48 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, New Orleans]