The Katonah Museum of Art Presents Mapping: Memory and Motion in Contemporary Art


KATONAH, NY.- Maps; from Rand McNally to TomTom, they give peace of mind when setting out into unfamiliar terrain. This fall, let your GPS guide you to 134 Jay Street where the Katonah Museum of Art presents Mapping: Memory and Motion in Contemporary Art. On view from October 3, 2010 through January 9, 2011, this moving exhibition expands the boundaries of mapping as a practical means for way-finding, transcending the physical act of travelling from points A to Z. For more information about the Museum, call (914) 232-9555, ext. 0 or visit Commenting on the upcoming exhibition Neil Watson, Executive Director of the KMA said, “With Mapping: Memory and Motion in Contemporary Art, curator Sarah Tanguy has organized a vibrant up-to-the minute exhibition that digs into the Zeitgeist of many contemporary artists – those who dig into and reveal the multiple meanings, issues, and relevance of mapping a