12 edition of Land art found in the catalog.
|Statement||Gilles A. Tiberghien.|
|LC Classifications||N6494.E27 T53 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||311 p. :|
|Number of Pages||311|
|LC Control Number||94024962|
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Land Art, the book, is delightful as artists share their approach and interpretations in new avant garde expressions from the s. I was looking for inspiration and this book provided that inspiration.
It will open your eyes to take yet another look at common objects and nature/5(6). Land Art is the first comprehensive overview of the many international manifestations of this type of art, and the philosophical, geographical, and cultural contexts from which it arose.
The large-scale works of Robert Smithson, the often delicate and ephemeral structures arranged by Andy Goldsworthy, and the inspired creations of Michael Heizer and Walter De Maria are examined, Reviews: 1.
Best Taschen book yet, as it details works by the land artists of the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, and 00s. I once asked Dylan what he thought about Land Art and he quipped, "Land Art's not a system, Land Art's a man."/5. This book fully documents the s Land Art movement and surveys examples of Environmental Art to the present day.
Earthworks, environments, performances and actions by artists ranging from Ana Mendieta in the s and 80s to Peter Fend in the s are illustrated with breathtaking photographs, sketches and project s: Richard Shilling's debut book 'Land Art' chronicles his journey of discovery into this unique artform.
One day he chanced upon an Andy Goldsworthy sculpture on a wild and isolated moor and he was inspired to begin his own explorations into the world of natural art ed on: J Popular Land Art Environmental Art Books Showing of 8 Natural Architecture (Paperback) by.
Alessandro Rocca (shelved 1 time as land-art-environmental-art) avg rating — 45 ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read.