May 16 – Aug 18, 2024

Current: Currier Museum of Art

"Elisabeth Kley’s new installation, titled Cymodocea – a sea grass that lives in warm water that is increasingly diffused due to global warming – combines her signature ceramic sculptures with wall paintings, effectively creating an environment rich with references that span classical times to the history of modernism. This striking black-and-white installation will be interspersed with a selection of Kley’s bold works on paper, giving further insight into how the artist consistently explored the history of decoration and patterns throughout her career."⁠

—Excerpt of press release, courtesy of the Currier Musem⁠