Never ones to let a weekend slip us by, we at 20x200 have struck the perfect balance between art and the outdoors. From New York to Portland and (almost) everywhere in between, we've got you covered with a quick guide of what to see, what to do, and—of course—our favorite artists to watch. – Team 20x200
Storm King Art Center
Sprawling over 500 acres of the lower Hudson Valley, Storm King Art Center is exactly where we want to be during a beautiful spring weekend. Boasting 100 site-specific artworks by the likes of Maya Lin, Alexander Calder and Zhang Huan, Storm King feels more like a dream exploration through the woods where you stumble upon perfectly planted sculptures and towering installations. And at only a little over an hour outside of NYC, this is the perfect art escape.
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Lisa Congdon at Linework NW
It seems like everywhere we turn, Lisa Congdon is taking over the art scene—and we couldn't be more excited. A new resident of Portland, OR, Congdon is participating in the city's Linework NW Illustration and Comics Festival which has talks, book signings, and tons and tons of artists. To make it even better, it's all free!
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Free Entrance to National Parks
This weekend, all of America's National Parks (that's 400 preserved areas!) will offer free entrance to visitors. We have a sweet spot for the beauty that each of these parks holds, so check out our editions and then go see the views for yourself!
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Colleen Plumb's Exhibition
Now on view at Blue Sky Gallery in Portland, Plumb's exhibition is a combination of her series "Animals Are Outside Today" as well as her film "Thirty Times A Minute." Both examine human relationships with animals, specifically in their roles as owners and property. Plumb has toured the film across the country, projecting it in public spaces to bring awareness to the idea of looking at elephants in captivity and their behaviors.
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