Land Art: Past, Present, Futures brings the genre’s early innovators together with contemporary artists, scholars, and activists exploring “what’s next?”
Brigman portrayed her nude body, significantly scarred from an accident, often lodging herself within a gnarled juniper tree deep in the Sierra mountains. Her photographs are remarkable.
Six weeks after its launch, Trevor Paglen’s “Orbital Reflector” cannot be unfurled or tracked until the temporarily-suspended Federal Communications Commission gives the okay.
Artists document, imagine, and investigate how the testing sites of Nevada and New Mexico scar our soil and harass romantic images of the American West.
On view through January 6 in Reno, this exhibition presents the noted artist’s rarely seen “Fulbright Triptych” and several works from his expansive five-decade career.
Unsettled, an exhibition at the Nevada Museum of Art, in Reno, explores how artists have interpreted the dramatic landscapes of the western edge of the American continents.
The specific geographic focus of Unsettled begins in Alaska and continues down the west coast of North America, through Central America, concluding in Colombia.
Between October 19 – 21, the 2017 Art + Environment conference tackles subjects ranging from the cultural tectonics of the New World to the radical self-reliance and civic evolution of Burning Man.
It wasn’t easy being a female Victorian scientist. Even if you got a place to work beyond your home, it was unlikely you would ever receive an academic position, or any sort of wide recognition for laboratory success.
Altered Landscape is a collection of over 900 photographs, spanning the last fifty years, by hundreds of contemporary photographers, all of whom have helped to redefine contemporary landscape photography.