Gardner exhibit explores photomontages

Gary Hilderbrand’s collage “Glass House Reflections II.”

“Composite Landscapes: Photomontage and Landscape Architecture,” which runs through Sept. 2 at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, is a relatively small show. It consists of some 50 discrete items — photographs, architectural renderings, books, drawings, works in mixed media — and a video display on a pair of flat-screen televisions. The display features renderings of multiple projects from leading international landscape firms, such as Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates and James Corner Field Operations.

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COMPOSITE LANDSCAPES: Photomontage and Landscape Architecture

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum,
280 The Fenway,

Closing date:
Sept. 2

The televisions rest on oversize wooden easels, a

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