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 aussi large que possible» (Gerry Schum)
Fondé par Marc de Verneuil (architecte, critique)

« Le Land Art est une pure fiction ; voilà pourquoi nous l'observons »
Land Art is purely fictional; that is why we observe it” (OBSART)

mardi 12 mars 2013

Avalanche Box (1970-1976)

Avalanche Box. Collection OBSART 2010

The complete thirteen issues 1970-1976

Avalanche was a unique media phenomenon in an age that crossed boundaries freely, a cross between a magazine, an artist book and an exhibition space in print.  
(Liza Bear & Willoughby Sharp, 2005)

Avalanche 1, Fall, 100 pages, b&w, Earth Art, 1970 
Avalanche 2, Spring, 140 pages, b&w, Body Works, 1971 
Avalanche 3, Fall, 100 pages, b&w, Post-Studio Sculpture, 1971 
Avalanche 4, Spring, 100 pages, b&w, Conceptual Art, 1972 
Avalanche 5, Summer, 84 pages, b&w, Performance, 1972 
Avalanche 6, Fall, 100 pages, b&w, Vito Acconci, 1972 
Avalanche 7, Winter/Spring, 84 pages, color, Humor, 1973 
Avalanche 8, Summer/Fall, 84 pages, b&w, 1973
Avalanche 9, May/June, 36 pages, b&w, Video Performance, 1974 
Avalanche 10, December, 52 pages, b&w, 1974 
Avalanche 11, Summer, 40 pages, b&w, 1975 
Avalanche 12, Winter, 40 pages, b&w, 1975 
Avalanche 13, Summer, 48 pages, two-color, 1976

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