Enchanted Modernities: Mysticism, Landscape and the American West, Nora Eccles Harrison Museum, Utah State University, 14 April -10 December 2014



This exhibition argued that the dynamic intersections between mystical movements and ideas within the landscapes of the American West were significant for the work of a wide range of artists and musicians who sought to create spiritual and enchanted forms of modern art and music in the twentieth century.


Co-Curators

  • James G. Mansell, University of Nottingham
  • Christopher M. Scheer, Utah State University
  • Sarah Victoria Turner, Mellon Center for British Art (London)-Yale University

With Contributions by:

  • Helena Capkova, Waseda University
  • Rachel Cowgill, Cardiff University
  • Anna Gawboy, The Ohio State University
  • Marco Pasi, The University of Amsterdam
  • Katie T. Herrington, The University of York
  • Gauri Viswanathan, Columbia University

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