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King County Earthworks: Land Reclamation as Sculpture
In Washington's King County in the summer of 1979 sculptor Robert Morris was hired to create an earthwork on land that had been environmentally damaged. This first phase was a demonstration project and was followed by other artists who created six different works. This site documents Morris' work with original interviews, photos, videos, explanatory essays, and diagrams documenting the project.
Latin American and Caribbean Artists of the Modern Era by
Call Number: Art Library Reference, N6502.4 .S45 2003
12,700 artists representing 39 Latin American and Caribbean countries active during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Painters, watercolorists, muralists, ceramists, photographers, graphic artists, multimedia and mixed-media artists, installation artists, tapestry designers, and architects are represented. Entries include the artists' years, countries and bibliographies, brief biographical information, stylistic notes, a record of each artist's exhibitions and a list of collections containing their work. The introduction includes brief informative background essays on the individual countries and their artists. Includes 89 photographs of selected works.
Art for the Sky: Daniel Dancer
the fabulous projects that conceptual artist Daniel Dancer has been producing with the help of field artist Stan Herd, schoolchildren, and the public since the 1980s. His works are described as "[a]dventures in Team-Building and Perception to Deepen Our Relationship to Sky, Earth & One Another."
Sol LeWitt: A Wall Drawing Retrospective
Sol LeWitt: A Wall Drawing Retrospective comprises 105 of LeWitt’s large-scale wall drawings, spanning the artist’s career from 1969 to 2007. These occupy nearly an acre of specially built interior walls that have been installed—per LeWitt’s own specifications—over three stories of a historic mill building situated at the heart of MASS MoCA’s campus.