Sarah Crowner's solo exhibition Around Orange is on view at Pulitzer Arts Foundation through February 4, 2024.
In three new site-specific artworks, Crowner pays homage to the architecture of the Pulitzer’s Tadao Ando building and the vision of Ellsworth Kelly, whose monumental wall sculpture, Blue Black, is on permanent view in the Pulitzer’s main gallery. Around Orange presents a seventy-five-foot-long painting, sewn together from cut sections of canvas in the main gallery of the museum. The scale of the painting responds to the museum’s architecture, wrapping around two of the gallery’s walls, while the height is the same as the six-foot width of the nearby Blue Black. The painting is complemented by a red-orange glazed terracotta mural of the same height in the museum’s entrance courtyard.
For more information about the exhibition, visit the Pulitzer Arts Foundation website.