A new documentary follows a team of Ohio artists and environmentalists transforming acid mine drainage into viable art materials.
How do we consider land-inspired art in an age when huge swaths of our shared world are being clear cut, mined, drilled, and desertified?
Land of Friends at BALTIC campaigns for the rights of watershed-dwelling peoples and rivers.
Rashid Rana and Amin Rehman trace the roots of the climate crisis back to human mismanagement and the government’s lack of investment.
Chip Thomas and Ken Ogawa are creating sight and sound installations to raise awareness about ecological devastation and injustice.
Inspired by Charles Babbage’s idea of air as “atmospheric memory,” In the Air considers air as a common space that belongs to and affects the whole of humanity.
The Utah Museum of Fine Arts presents artworks that make visible the quality and inequality of what we breathe.
The artist’s Freshwater installation at Philadelphia Contemporary features a living, breathing fountain, mussels and all.
From borderlands and elevations to ecology and isolation, curator Aurora Tang brings together artists who work deeply in their regional geographies.
Riley’s nautical-themed exhibition brims with antic details that constitute a feat of serious world-building.
Researchers and artists are working to restore biodiversity in Kofele, Ethiopia, through a 50-meter tree nursery in the shape of a lion that will be visible from outer space.
Şebnem Coşkun is among the winners of the Nature Conservancy’s 2021 photo contest, featuring images of landscape, wildlife, people, and water.