Looking at Tomorrow: Light and Language from the Panza Collection, 1967–1990 celebrates the Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s recent landmark acquisition of immersive light and sound installations and Minimal and Conceptual artworks from the celebrated Panza Collection. The majority of the works on view date from the 1960s and 1970s, decades in which artists across the globe redefined art by expanding its material, spatial, and temporal possibilities. The exhibition also includes a group of works from the 1980s that reveals how a younger generation of artists continued to draw inspiration from this earlier moment. The title of the exhibition comes from Hamish Fulton’s Looking at Tomorrow (Scottish North West Highlands), 1974, a photographic series that records Fulton’s journey by foot across a mountainous region in Scotland. Just as Fulton combines performance,

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