Talk about a religious experience.
Mighty Land Artist Michael Heizer Reveals a Softer Side: Heizer prints on exhibit at MCQ Fine Art, Las Vegas
Stop sneering at Nevada: we've got Michael Heizer. For almost five decades, the internationally renowned Land Artist has etched, dug, plowed and excavated the state.
Aida Muluneh, Sai Mado, The Distant Gaze, 2016, digital photograph, 12.2 x 12.2 cm / 4.8 x 4.8 in., ed. of 7. Courtesy of
What if he opted for Flavin? Serra? Kusama? Judd?
For those exploring Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way, a soothing interlude is a stop at James Turrell's Sky Garden.
Would you ever consider becoming a cyborg?
Haines and Hinterding's most spectacular installations heighten awareness of the invisible spectrum of forces that permeate the atmosphere, demonstrating that all things, however inert they may appear, vibrate with energy.
Light is a lifelong obsession for the most brilliant minds, bringing artists and physicists into critical dialogue through their parallel explorations. For centuries, scientists have asked: "Why is the sky blue?"
To my knowledge a nude audience hasn’t been fully tested on Turrell. I am looking forward to the experience of his Ganzfeld
It's been a busy last few weeks. You might have been caught up in the Hillary Clinton email brouhaha, binge watching House of Cards or preparing for March Madness. While you're bracket might already be busted -- don't worry, mine is too -- you can make up for it by busting out some art knowledge to your friends. We can help with that.
Where: TriBeCa, New York What: The collaborative Sound and Light Environment, made by composer La Monte Young and visual
I've been in love with Audrey Hepburn all my life. Well, not really all my life, but at least since the moment I saw her in William Wyler's 1953 classic film, Roman Holiday. I was just a kid living in Russia, and I could only dream about traveling to Rome.
If memorability is in fact, as Henry Geldzahler claimed, a good measure of aesthetic goodness, then perhaps this list is of some worth. So here goes...my top ten contemporary art exhibits in 2013.
Unless the artist is Picasso or Warhol, both of those deceased creators legendarily prolific, it is rare for two important American museums to feature simultaneous major exhibitions of a solo artist's work.
With Aten Reign, Turrell assumes the museum-as-temple, adding his own objects of adoration, and offering a place for redemption. Only here, the object is light itself.
All the visual arts use light in some form, but in artist Christine Sciulli's new piece, Languid, on view at the Governor's Island Art Fair, light is the graphic kinetic tool with which she activates and shapes space.
Though the skies over the sprawling Texan metropolis were stormy on Saturday night, the Skyspace was packed, with both its