ART & DESIGN

Photos: Art Farm

A couple of New York City collectors have found their calling: cultivating a plot of land in the Hudson Valley.


Photographed: Jason Schmidt
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Photographed: Jason Schmidt

The house, activated by the artist Doug Aitken’s multifaceted projection Lighthouse, 2012.

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In the art barn, Sarah Braman’s sculpture Breakfast, 2011, and, scaling the wall, Elmgreen & Dragset’s Social Mobility, Fig 3 (The Collections), 2008.

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In the living room of the main house, Rachel Harrison’s sculpture Signature Roll, 2010.

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Franz West’s Mercury, 2004, Retro, 2004, and Yellow Sculpture, 2005.

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The property’s main house, designed by the architect Brad Cloepfil.

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Franz Ackermann’s Inhabitat Hills, 2011.

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Jeppe Hein’s Site Rotating Pavillion, 2008.

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Roxy Paine’s Fallen Tree, 2006.

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Mel Bochner’s To Count: Intransitive, 1972–2009.

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Jose Dávila’s Container #2, 2008.

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Sabine Hornig’s Entrance With Floating Stairs, 2008.

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Sol LeWitt’s Dome Structure, 2006.

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The exterior of the art barn.