Earthworks and Landart

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We discuss the Land Art & Earthworks movement, examining artists who wanted to bring art out of the gallery system and, in doing so, influenced a new generation of artists and their practices.

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Earthworks and Landart

  1. 1. Art Outside:Earthworks & Land Art
  2. 2. Serpent Mound, Ohio
  3. 3. Isamu Noguchi, Contoured Playground, 1941
  4. 4. Alan Sonfist, Time Landscape, 1965-78
  5. 5. Robert Smithson, Spiral Jetty, 1970
  6. 6. Robert Smithson, Rock and Mirror Square, 1970
  7. 7. Michael Heizer, Double Negative, 1969-70
  8. 8. Michael Heizer, Displaced/Replaced Mass, 1969-70
  9. 9. Michael Heizer, Displaced/Replaced Mass, 1969-70
  10. 10. Walter de Maria, Lightning Field, 1974-77
  11. 11. Walter de Maria, Earth Room, 1977
  12. 12. Dennis Oppenheim, Annual Rings, 1968
  13. 13. Christo & Jeanne-Claude, Running Fence, 1976
  14. 14. Christo & Jeanne-Claude, Wrapped Trees, 1997
  15. 15. Ana Mendieta, Siloueta Series, 1975
  16. 16. Ana Mendieta, Untitled, 1977
  17. 17. Alice Aycock, Maze, 1972
  18. 18. Nancy Holt, Sun Tunnels, 1976
  19. 19. James Turrell, Skyspace Scotland
  20. 20. James Turrell, Roden Crater, 1976-Present
  21. 21. Richard Long, Red Slate Circle, 1980
  22. 22. Richard Long, Tame Buzzard Line, 2001
  23. 23. Reinhard Rheitzenstein, No Title, 1987

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