Over his career, Kiley completed more than 1,000 projects worldwide, making him one of the most influential Modernist landscape architects of the 20th century. Developed under the direction of The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF), this exhibit features images of some of Kiley’s most famous public work, like the South Garden at the Art Institute of Chicago and the National Gallery of Art’s pedestrian plaza in Washington DC. There are also photos of numerous private residences he worked on over his career. The exhibit will be on display in CAF’s Lecture Hall Gallery until September.
Through its website, lectures, outreach and publishing, TCLF broadens the support and understanding for cultural landscapes nationwide to help safeguard our priceless heritage for future generations. For more information on the foundation’s work on this project, visit tclf.org.
Photos courtesy of the Cultural Landscape Foundation.