David Wolf Photographs

Overgrowth” at deCordova Museum includes Clover Tangle
from permanent collection


Clover Tangle 662pix

Drawn from the Museum’s permanent collection and ranging across media from photography to sculpture, “Overgrowth” explores how artists represent prolific growth, expansion and transformation in the natural world and built environment. The exhibition brings together work by more than fifty artists acquired over the past fifty years.

Clover Tanglefrom David’s series Nurturing Time, Life in a Backyard Gardenwas acquired by deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in 2012. Dedicated to Modern and Contemporary Art since its inception as a public museum in 1950, deCordova is known for innovative exhibitions and programs featuring a wide range of media, especially by artists with a connection to New England.  The permanent collection is especially strong in photography.

DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum is situated on a 35 acre, former private estate just outside of Boston in Lincoln, MA. “Overgrowth” will be on view from April 1 to September 18, 2016.


Overgrowth walkthrough at deCordova, April 2016David in conversation with Associate Curator Sarah Montross during a Members’ Preview of “Overgrowth” at deCordova, April 2016.