Two art openings focus on Pilobolus

Photo by John Kane

The Pilobolus dance troupe of Washington, Conn., will be the focus of two art openings on Saturday from 4-6 p.m.

Photographer Robert Whitman’s large format images of Pilobolus on bronze, plexi and canvas will be on display at the Judy Black Memorial Park and Gardens, 1 Green Hill Road in Washington Depot. Whitman’s photographs were captured over the decades both locally in Litchfield County and abroad in the Middle East.

The outdoor/indoor event is free. There will be a fire pit and refreshments.

Just around the corner, Byrde + the b, 10 Titus Park Road, Washington Depot, will present an opening reception of “Illuminations,” an exhibit of photographs by local artist John Kane.

Kane’s latest work focuses on the human form and abstracts. Among his many works in fashion, nature, architecture and figure, Kane also has worked closely with the dance groups Pilobolus and Momix.

Kane’s exhibition at Byrde + the b coincides with the release of a new calendar featuring images of Pilobolus that have been photographed by Kane during different times of the year. For ordering, visit

Angelia S. Rico

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