Dia Art Foundation: Program Revitalization at DIA Sites / 2018

Nancy Holt, Sun Tunnels, 1973–76. Great Basin Desert, Utah. Dia Art Foundation with support from Holt/Smithson Foundation. © Holt/Smithson Foundation and Dia Art Foundation/Licensed by VAGA, New York. Photo: ZCZ Films/James Fox, courtesy Holt/Smithson Foundation


Dear Friends, 
Thank you for being part of Dia’s community. I hope you have seen our recent news announced in the New York Times  about our efforts to revitalize programming at all of Dia’s sites. During this period of growth and excitement at Dia, your support is especially meaningful. 
This year we have continued to add a diverse group of artists to our collection, incorporating Nancy Holt’s Sun Tunnels (1973–76) into the constellation of iconic Land art sites we maintain. Just last month, we marked the 15th anniversary of Dia:Beacon and opened two new installations of works by Mary Corse and Dorothea Rockburne. I encourage you to visit us at Dia:Beacon to experience these new exhibitions.
In addition to visiting Dia:Beacon, I hope you will have the chance to engage in programming across our other sites this year. On July 1, Keith Sonnier’s Dis-Play II(1970) will be on view at the Dan Flavin Art Institute in Bridgehampton, New York. In the fall, we will present To the People of New York City (1976), Blinky Palermo’s ode to the city, alongside the first solo exhibition of two of Nancy Holt’s room-sized installations at Dia:Chelsea.
We have had considerable success thus far in our efforts to secure Dia’s legacy, and we hope you will continue to support these unique sites and projects.
Thank you again for your vital support and involvement. As a visitor, member, or donor, your generosity enables Dia to carry out the vision of artists. 
Jessica Morgan
Nathalie de Gunzburg Director
Dia Art Foundation



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