Somewhere, out there, Julian Richardson is making nature his canvas.
Can you feel the dust particles in your eyeballs already?
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.
For Christo and Jeanne-Claude, art and magic are interchangeable.
Armed with thirst-quenching libations, we navigate the natural path through the barbed bushes and spiky yuccas. A sign warns of the possible presence of venomous snakes and I hope we are all making enough noise to ensure any lurking reptiles keep their distance.
Ugo Rondinone's "Seven Magic Mountains" is the new best way to get over your Vegas hangover.
For Berenson, the greatest artists are always "space composers." What space could be more expansive than infinite deep outer space -- the perspective from which Albuquerque views life on earth?
A new film highlights the work of Land Artists, rebels who, in looking for a larger canvas, rejected the frame, the plinth, even the wall, and sought to create experiences for themselves and for the viewer that would give the word "art" an entirely new dimension. The director, James Crump, says, "It is important to me that a new generation of much younger artists rediscover these troublemakers in order to fully realize that making art is not simply for the market."
The mesmerizing footage was filmed at Sebago Lake in Maine.
As South Carolina's Capitol grounds and other jurisdictions decide the fate of their most prominent emblems of past oppression and contemporary reaction, Stone Mountain guarantees that at least one Confederate icon will loom over the South's largest city for as long into the future as mankind can foresee.
But more importantly, the book underscores the harmony possible between art and nature. For two years, Langen and her husband
In contrast, there are few images of Heizer's current project under construction, as the site is not yet open to the public. Govan shows us two aerial images, one of the "City" site, and the other of the Washington D.C. National Mall.
Visit Atlas Obscura for more on The Vertical Earth Kilometer. With nothing to mark its significance beyond a surrounding
If you live in an urban environment you're no doubt familiar with the sensation of encountering a lone plastic bag zipping