Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art (HVCCA) presents Hermann Nitsch’s one-person installation Leviticus. The installation features his seminal book (52 ¾ inches by 38 ½ inches) opened to the segment describing the sacrificial services of the high priest.
Hermann Nitsch’s installation ”Leviticus” at HVCCA
The surrounding walls feature 12 terragraph prints and accompanying extracts from Leviticus in Hebrew and German. Complementing the prints are paintings and priestly garments.
The installation is on view now through Dec. 6. An opening reception will take place Saturday, Sept. 12, from 5 to 7 p.m. HVCCA is located at 1701 Main St. in Peekskill. For more information, visit hvcca.org or call 914-788-0100.
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