Last week, I had a great time touring New York’s Albany International Airport (ALB).
There’s plenty to see: in addition to exhibit cases filled with tantalizing treasures from area arts and cultural institutions, there are site specific installations and a wide variety of just plain fun exhibits, including Kenneth Ragsdale’s half-scale model of a 1965 Vista Cruiser station wagon towing a 1950’s style travel trailer:
And, in the third floor gallery, the new Out of this World exhibit, which includes Susie Brandt’s hand hooked rugs inspired by stumps and sewer drains:
Chris Harvey’s Seven Columns of Commerce and Pleasure
and his Totem for the New Green Initiative
This exhibition is up through the end of November at the airport’s third floor gallery, which is located pre-security, by the Observation Area.
Here’s a link for more information about this and other exhibits at the Albany Airport.