Dance, Structure and Landscape: The Work of Landscape Architect Dan Kiley
Dan Kiley was one of the most influential and important international landscape architects of the 20th century. His designs have contributed a rare combination of the nature and the man-made to the quality of urban and corporate landscape environments in the USA and Europe. His projects include the National Gallery of Art in Washington, the Lincoln Center in New York and the Henry Moore Sculpture Garden in Kansas City. This exhibition brought together key projects spanning Kiley's sixty-year career, with models, images, video and a planted installation.