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...the conversation about sustainability and land protection in terms of all of our land art sites. We want to shed light on all the ways of thinking about how a structure acts on and responds to a site—the geologic, the astronomic, the architectural—alongside the science of climate...

The seminar Art in the Rural Sphere has been organised in the framework 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...

...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 Vassivière 87120...

...beautifully complement the journey and make each reading a renewed pleasure. Antony Gormley, Claire Richardson, Jeanette Winterson, Land, published by The Landmark Trust, 2016, Shottesbrooke, Maidenhead, Berkshire. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEJpwbKRVBY

...contains a wealth of essential information and is perfectly adapted to a “wide readership” eager to know more about land art. Michael Lailach, Land Art, Taschen Books, softcover with flaps, 7.3 x 9.1 in., 96 pages

...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 completed, the...

...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 part of the...

...soil will be redistributed throughout the landscape to further vitalize the area that was once a wasteland, while the plants will find a new home in Socrate’s existing gardens. Sitting in this round sanctuary—on a bench designed by Jonathan Odom as part of his project Open Seating that...

...and contradictory subject in the history of land art. At various points, artists such as Heizer or De Maria would extoll the virtues of the medium of photography in relation to land art, only to renounce photography later, or to refuse to participate in exhibitions where photography played an...

...Astrup Fearnley Museum and from its surrounding landscape. Its vitality comes from its proximity to Oslo’s urban and cosmopolitan life and from the various photographic opportunities it offers – a specificity that is in fact still used by cultural institutions and foundations as windows of...