Alicja Kwade presents first, large-scale solo commission in the US at Castle Hill on the Crane Estate

The Trustees announces the third installation in its contemporary Art & the Landscape public art initiative on view now at Castle Hill on the Crane Estate, a National Historic Landmark located in Ipswich. The installation features an original piece specifically designed for the site of Castle Hill’s former hedge maze by Berlin-based, award-winning, Polish artist Alicja Kwade who is internationally recognized for creating works that interpret and question reality, time, science, and space. Titled TunnelTeller, the new work for Castle Hill represents Kwade’s first large-scale public artwork commission in the U.S. A rapidly rising star in the art world, Kwade presented her first U.S. solo exhibition at 303 Gallery in New York in the spring of 2016 and has since opened several other international exhibitions. The Trustees launched its Art & the Landscape initiative in

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