5.15/ Storm King: Summer Solstice Celebration, June 17



Saturday, June 17

Mark di Suvero. Jeanne, 2014–2015. Steel and rubber tire, 40’ x 19’ 4” x 26’. Lent by the artist and Spacetime C.C., New York. Photo by Benjamin Lozovsky/BFA.com ©Mark di Suvero, courtesy of the artist and Spacetime C.C.

The annual Summer Solstice Celebration at Storm King Art Center is the Hudson Valley’s premier summertime event, featuring a cocktail reception and a gourmet farm-to-table dinner in a picturesque landscape. The festive affair treats guests to private tours of the grounds and special viewings of the 2017 exhibitions, David Smith: The White Sculpturesand Outlooks: Heather Hart. The evening ends with dessert, dancing, and a live musical performance by The Funk Junkies.
5:00–7:00 pm: Reception including cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and exhibition viewings
7:30 pm: Dinner in the Fields
9:00 pm: Dessert, musical performance, and dancing
The gourmet, regionally sourced menu will be designed by Chef Jesse Schenker, executive chef and owner of The Gander in New York City. Schenker will be collaborating with Chef Shelley Boris of Fresh Company in Garrison, New York. Served family-style under the stars amid monumental sculpture, the dinner menu will be inspired by the annual exhibitions and will be followed by dessert and dancing.
David Diamond & Karen Zukowski, Peter O. Erwin, Lisa Stern, Judy Sund & Scott Gilbert, Derrik R. Wynkoop
For the 2017 season, Storm King Art Center presents David Smith: The White Sculptures, the first exhibition to critically and fully consider the use of the color white within David Smith’s works. The White Sculptures features Smith’s entire Primo Piano series: Primo Piano I, II, and III, all from 1962, as well as a selection of sculptures, paintings, drawings, and photographs that further explore the artist’s use of white. Also on view is Outlooks: Heather Hart, an interactive sculptural environment in the form of a domestic rooftop, which will be activated by performances, discussions, and other events. David Smith: The White Sculptures and Outlooks: Heather Hart will be on view beginning May 13, 2017.
All proceeds benefit Storm King’s exhibitions and programs. For ticketing information, please visit www.stormkingsummersolstice.org or e-mail summersolstice@stormkingartcenter.org.
Flower compositions provided by Emily Pinon and Bastille Flowers and Events; beer lovingly provided by Brooklyn Brewing Company; signature cocktails created by Tuthilltown Spirits; and transportation provided by Robert and Jay Brisman, West Point Tours, Inc. Lead media sponsorship Edible Manhattan and Brooklyn and Edible Hudson Valley. Edible is a seasonal exploration and celebration of local food and drink. Additional media support includes Valley Table, Hudson Valley’s lifestyle magazine celebrating food that is local, seasonal, and sustainable. We would also like to thank: Events Unlimited Party Rentals, Fresh Company, Pascale Willi Design, Puritan Capital, Dustin Ross and StudioBooth, and Stortz Lighting.

Widely celebrated as one of the world’s leading sculpture parks, Storm King Art Center has welcomed visitors from across the globe for over fifty years. Located only one hour north of New York City, in the lower Hudson Valley, its 500 acres of rolling hills, woodlands, and fields of native grasses and wildflowers provide the setting for a collection of more than 100 carefully sited sculptures created by some of the most acclaimed artists of our time, including Alice Aycock, Mark di Suvero, Andy Goldsworthy, Zhang Huan, Maya Lin, Richard Serra, Joel Shapiro, and Ursula von Rydingsvard.

Storm King is located at 1 Museum Road in New Windsor, New York. For information about hours and admission, membership, public transportation and directions, Metro-North packages, Zipcar discounts, special events, family activities, bike rentals, and the cafe, visit www.stormking.org, or call 845.534.3115.



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