The centennial of Modernist landscape architect Dan Kiley's birth in 2012 passed without even a single retrospective exhibition. Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) has been working overtime to make up for that since, with a revamped and expanded incarnation of their 2013 traveling show, The Landscape Architecture of Dan Kiley, now appearing at ABC Stone’s exhibition space in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Landscape architects whose names aren't Olmsted are reliably underappreciated; this exhibit provides a convincing argument to broaden our attention. It offers an expanded slate of photos–45 in total documenting 27 projects–along with new videos from a number of Kiley collaborators. One substantial addition is content on Miami-based Raymond Jungles' overhaul of the atrium garden at the Ford Foundation in Manhattan, completed since round one of the show.
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