Landscape Architecture Art


Architecture Art Landscape


Art Landscape Architecture

Our mission is to advance the legacy and collective power of creative expression from leading artists, architects and collectors in an inclusive and sustainable natural landscape.

Alice Aycock, Twister Again, 2017 Aluminum powder coated white 15’2” high x 15’7” wide x 13’6” deep
Photo: Sarah Lyon (Private Collection, KY)


Alice Aycock
Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA)
Tadaaki Kuwayama
& Rakuko Naito
Torkwase Dyson

The Concept

The Art Omi Pavilions @ Chatham will realize 18 individual pavilions across a hilltop site of 190 acres in Chatham, New York. Once completed, the Art Omi Pavilions will invite visitors to explore the individual Pavilions, which will display legacy stand-alone exhibitions of highly distinguished artists and collectors who will showcase their work in a setting that they control and design. These Pavilions will be part of a larger art center, including a visitor center and rotating exhibition Pavilion, which will provide cultural context, museological standards, and visitor services.

The visitor experience of self-guided exploration will be informed by the landscape of woodlands, meadows, and 360-degree Hudson Valley views, intermingled with unique built structures by world-class architects, all activated by dynamic artworks. It is an innovative, singular concept in the art world that seeks to serve the need for self-realized legacy for artists and collectors by addressing the challenge of preserving the aesthetic coherence of an artist’s oeuvre or collection. 

Art Omi Pavilions Site, Route 66, Chatham, NY | Courtesy Jeremy Garretson