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...the most famous art book series in the world. Land Art, by Michael Lailach, belongs to this famous collection, and it was impossible not to include it in our library. This ninety six-page publication opens with an introduction on land art from political, cultural and scientific standpoints....

...a decade and I made my first road trip to view a land art site (Walter De Maria's Lightning Field) in 1995, so I had been thinking about these artists and their iconic works for a very long time. Again, I felt the timing was right to produce the film now because of the irrational exuberance, the...

...of the Transhumance exhibition-trail and for the Architecture National Days. The seminar was the occasion to develop themes like the contemporary art creation in the rural areas, public art projects and contemporary sculpture parks models. Find out the programme here >...

...and Marc Sautivet, founder of the first sculpture symposium on the Vassivière island, present the Centre international d'art & du paysage (International Art & Landscape Center), its history and evolution throughout the years. Centre international d’art et du paysage Île de...

...displaying contemporary art since the 1980s. Art critics, landscape architects, garden professionals, exhibition curators: by choosing a wide array of voices the perspectives are constantly renewed, which makes this small book particularly rich. You will discover projects that were never...

...shore, intrigued. The International Center of Art and Landscape (Centre international d’art et du paysage), is sitting on what used to be a wooded hill which turned into an island when the waters of a dam, built between 1949 and 1951 at a 2000 feet altitude in the Limousin region, covered...

...to the granitic chaos as “a natural work of art”. The Vostell Malpartida Museum officially opened in 1976 with the inauguration of VOAEX (Viaje de (H)ormigón por la Alta Extremadura [Car in Concrete] – a concrete outdoor sculpture installed among the gigantic granite rocks. The mass of...

...their audiences to do so. Burle Marx took the art of landscape architecture as far as anyone has been able to do so. And the garden at the NYBG is evidence of his inspiration, his willingness to allow the nature he was using for art to remain nature, rather than forcibly inducing cultural...

...the extension of landscaping concerns with Land art, or through the premises of Environmental art with artists such as Gina Pane. Moving out of the museums, but also into nature itself, stepping into the mud of marshes (Beuys), into a volcano (Turrell), going to the desert to install...

...Holt (b. 1938 d. 2014) produced a large-scale land art installation in Utah’s Great Basin Desert entitled Sun Tunnels. In 2018, the Dia Art Foundation acquired Sun Tunnels with support from the Holt-Smithson Foundation. Raisa Rexer spoke with curator Kelly Kivland in December 2018 about...