Place for archiving, researching and transmitting born in 1994 that explores Land Art both in historical, critical and prospective perspective. It is aimed at “an audience as wide as possible” (Gerry Schum)
Founded by Marc de Verneuil (architect, critic)

Lieu d'archivage, de recherche et de transmission né en 1994 qui explore le Land Art dans une perspective aussi bien historique, critique que prospective. Il s’adresse à «un public le plus large possible» (Gerry Schum)
Fondé par Marc de Verneuil (architecte, critique
)

in memoriam Yann Le Guennec (1968-2014)






lundi 19 décembre 2011

Heizer Breaks New Ground Indoors and Out


« Heizer began thinking huge in the '60s. A onetime student at the San Francisco Art Institute, he was frustrated after moving East by the narrow confines of New York City's art world and by the dismaying prospect of producing parlor pieces to earn his living. In 1967 he headed for Nevada to work in a medium in short supply in Manhattan: the earth. » (Harriet Shapiro)
Shapiro H., « It May Be Dirty Work, but Sculptor Michael Heizer Breaks New Ground Indoors and Out », People, Vol. 24, No 8, Oct. 18 1985.

Read also (bilingue)
Michael Heizer: French interview in Bern (1969)
Will Double Negative be a no show?
Double Negative sera t-il le grand absent ?
Land Art (quelques liens | a few links...) 

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