Exhibition Meeting Point June 9 - August 12

Meeting Point

June 9 - August 12

Curated by Boru O’Brien O’Connell

Featuring works by Charles Atlas, Nicholas Buffon, Xavier Cha, David Horvitz, David Levine, Sharon Lockhart, Jen Rosenblit and C. Spencer Yeh, Sergei Tcherepnin and Ei Arakawa, Triple Canopy, Jacques Louis Vidal, and Bryan Zanisnik.

This exhibition takes Mount Tremper Arts as both a point of convergence and departure for artists engaging with creative disciplines outside their own. Within MTA’s studio and surrounds, different types of performances inform each other, and conversations about their contingencies and commonalities emerge. In these works, the idea of “performance” is itself a site of mutual investigation: photographers reveal everyday choreography; sound artists explore listening as performance; writers stage events to complicate their texts; and visual artists parse the somatic languages of dance and sleep. Through collaborations and curious analysis, Meeting Point makes explicit the arcs and instances of contact constellating artistic disciplines together.


Meeting Place Opening Saturday July 14

Performances and Video throughout the day by Charles Atlas, Xavier Cha, Jen Rosenblit with Spencer Yeh, and Jacques Louis Vidal.


3:00 pm Charles Atlas Screening

4:00 pm Xavier Cha performance

5:00 pm Dinner

6:30 pm Jen Rosenblit and Spencer Yeh performance

Pig Roast and Dinner 5:00–6:00 pm / Dinner $20

Join us for an evening in the garden to celebrate our 5th annual Mount Tremper Arts Festival. Pit master/MTA co-founder and Executive Director Mathew Pokoik will roast a whole pig, courtesy Fleisher's Grass-fed & Organic Meats. Chef Richard Krause, our resident Summer Festival chef will prepare a vegetarian entrée plus side dishes featuring produce from the MTA garden and local farms.

Advanced dinner tickets available:

Meeting Point is free and open to the public on Sundays from noon–5:00 pm, after all festival events, and by appointment. To schedule an appointment, email info (@) mttremperarts.org or call 845-688-9893.

Sharon Lockhart, Courtesy of Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels

Meeting Place courtesy David Horvitz