Savor the last languid days of summer with these five getaways, from a house made of glass bottles to a classic film set buried in the sand.
A Documentary Mines the Stories of Three Pioneers of Land Art
In his new documentary, Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art, filmmaker and art historian James Crump digs beneath the surface to explore the personal lives, artworks, and historical treatment of three land artists: Michael Heizer, Walter De Maria, and Robert Smithson.
A Summer Pilgrimage to Nevada’s Double Negative
Michael Heizer’s “Double Negative” (1969), located two hours northeast of Las Vegas, is a quintessential piece of the Land Art canon. Yet if you don’t have a clear image of what you’re looking for, you may not find it — this is no “Spiral Jetty.”