• Montalvo Arts Center announces the exhibition Bruce Munro at Montalvo: Stories in Light

    Montalvo Arts Center, located on 175 acres in Silicon Valley’s Saratoga Hills, will host Munro’s first exhibition of artworks inspired by a single underlying source text, C.S. Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia. It will open to the public October 28, 2018.
    “Bruce Munro at Montalvo is the most ambitious, impactful exhibition Montalvo has ever presented,” said Executive Director Angela McConnell. “…we believe this show will elevate Montalvo—and the town of Saratoga—to increased relevance and prestige in the national and international art scene.”
    Montalvo Arts Center occupies a Mediterranean-style Villa, built in 1912 by Senator James Duval Phelan, surrounded by 175 stunning acres. Senator Phelan bequeathed the Villa and grounds to the people of California for the encouragement of art, music, literature, and architecture. This exhibition is Munro’s first on the U.S. West Coast. Read the press release here:

  • Field of Light: Avenue of Honor in Albany, Australia

    5 October 2018 – 25 April 2019

    Field of Light: Avenue of Honour will be an immersive, site-specific, ephemeral art installation symbolizing, sacrifice, honour, peace and hope, that will gently illuminate the tree-lined Avenue of Honour along Mt. Clarence in Albany, Western Australia; the destination from which over 41,000 men and women departed Australia for the Great War. read more
    The installation was commissioned by the non-profit cultural organization FORM with the City of Albany; and made possible by funding from the Australian Government and State Government, with the support of Christine & Kerry Stokes AC.
    It will will be on exhibit until Anzac Day in April 2019, coinciding with the end of the Anzac Centenary commemorations.

  • Bruce Munro opens Jeju Light Art Festival (LAF) in South Korea as lead artist

    Munro is the lead artist for the inauguration of Jeju LAF, an outdoor art park showcasing immersive installations, sculptures, and event-based works that explore the medium of light, located on the volcanic island of Jeju, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage site.
    Jeju LAF, opening July 27, 2018, will run through August 15, 2019. For it, Munro presents two large-scale installations, Oreum and Water-Towers, as a response to his experiences of the island during the project’s 5-year development: notably, its volcanic mounds, or oreum, and typically strong island wind. Joining Munro are artworks by Jen Lewin, Tom Fruin, Byungchan Lee and Jason Krugman. The first art park of its kind in Asia, LAF presents these artists to amplify and transform the landscape of the nineteen-acre exhibition site.
    In 2015, Korea’s Public Art Magazine interviewed Munro about the project, read that article here.