Land Art

Направление часто разрабатывает экологические темы создавая крупномасштабные скульптуры в природных и рукотворных ландшафтах, часто используя материалы предоставленные окружающей средой. Walter De Maria, Robert Smithson, Dennis Oppenheim, Richard Long, Christo and Jeanne-Claude
Walter De Maria, de la foudre aux kilomètres

Walter De Maria, de la foudre aux kilomètres

10 NYC Art Installations Hidden in Plain Sight

10 NYC Art Installations Hidden in Plain Sight

Walter De Maria - Beds of Spikes, 1968–1969 stainless steel plate: 33.5 x 200 x 106 cm spike: 27 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm

Walter De Maria - Beds of Spikes, 1968–1969 stainless steel plate: 33.5 x 200 x 106 cm spike: 27 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm

Walter de Maria: The Vertical Earth Kilometer, 1977. Kassel, Friedrichsplatz.

Walter de Maria: The Vertical Earth Kilometer, 1977. Kassel, Friedrichsplatz.

Walter De Maria: Museum Piece, 1966. The   swastika, emblem of Nazism, was once representative of prosperity, regeneration, and goodwill. By titling the swastika "Museum Piece", De Maria seems also to have been commenting on the neutralizing effects of the museum environment, in which cultural artifacts, removed from their original contexts, can be reduced to visual equivalences.

Walter De Maria: Museum Piece, 1966. The swastika, emblem of Nazism, was once representative of prosperity, regeneration, and goodwill. By titling the swastika "Museum Piece", De Maria seems also to have been commenting on the neutralizing effects of the museum environment, in which cultural artifacts, removed from their original contexts, can be reduced to visual equivalences.

Walter De Maria, 360˚ I Ching/64 Sculptures, 1981. © The Estate of Walter De Maria. Courtesy of photographer Bill Jacobson Studio, New York, Dia Art Foundation, New York.

Walter De Maria, 360˚ I Ching/64 Sculptures, 1981. © The Estate of Walter De Maria. Courtesy of photographer Bill Jacobson Studio, New York, Dia Art Foundation, New York.

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