GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) The Grand Rapids Art Museum is featuring two exhibitions that match their values of being both earth-friendly and innovative.
This exhibition occupies the first and second floors with 60 large-scale photographs. For five years, Edward Burtynsky traveled to five continents and created a body of work that looks at humankind’s relationship with water. The GRAM understood the importance of this body of work because of Michigan’s relationship with the waters of the Great Lakes. The exhibition continues through April 26.
This show of sculpture includes seven pieces from the 1980s to the present. David Greenwood is an artist based in Grand Rapids. The exhibition continues through May 17.
The Grand Rapids Art Museum is the world’s first Gold LEED-certified art museum with a natural water recycling program, strict recycling program, and light and energy saving features.