land art,christo,zander olsen,les pheuillus,verschueren,jonna pohjalainen,sylvain meyer,sébastien preschoux,andy goldsworthy,robert smithson,nils udo,richard long

Tree, Line by Zander Olsen Zander Olsen’s project is a series of landscape interventions, called “Line Tree.” Olsen plays around with the relationship between trees and the sky.

Inspired by land art greats like Robert Smithson, Jim Denevan and Andy Goldsworthy, Minnesota-based graphic designer, photographer and "landthropologist" Paul Johnson experiments with earth-based materials in his work, but adds a bit of modern stop animation techniques into his pieces, making it more accessible and shareable for the digital age.

Artist's 'landthropologic' earth artworks bring out the wonders of nature (Video)

Inspired by land art greats like Robert Smithson, Jim Denevan and Andy Goldsworthy, Minnesota-based graphic designer, photographer and "landthropologist" Paul Johnson experiments with earth-based materials in his work, but adds a bit of modern stop animation techniques into his pieces, making it more accessible and shareable for the digital age.

This started my love with Earth Works back in the day. I want to see it so bad but it's not always visible due to water levels. Robert Smithson. The Spiral Jetty

Art & Place Site-specific Art of the Americas Editors of Phaidon

Robert Smithson, Mirror and Crushed Shells (Sanibel Island), 1969. Owned by Andy Warhol.

Robert Smithson Mirror and Crushed Shells, 1969 via: exhibitionmaker

"Spiral Jetty " es una obra de Robert Smithson de 1970 que pertenece al movimiento artístico Land Art.

Spiral Jetty

Spiral Jetty is an earthwork sculpture made from rock and earth and is located on the northern end of the Great Salt Lake. Robert Smithson created the earthwork entirely out of mud, salt, basalt rocks, earth, and water in

Robert Smithson (Source: hddrafts

Robert Smithson, “Broken Circle/Spiral Hill, View of Spiral Hill,” 1971

robert smithson - nonsite petrified coral with mirrors; petrified coral limestone collected in 'sanibel island' and three mirrors, 1971, 31 x 31 x 31 in.

Robert Smithson "Nonsite Petrified Coral With Mirrors" 1971

Robert Smithson, Yucatan mirror displacements (1-9) (1969)

Robert Smithson Yucatan Mirror Displacements 1969 Nine chromogenic prints from slides, 24 x 24 inches each .

Robert Smithson. I can see using this concept within interior design...

Robert Smithson 'Nonsite (Essen Soil and Mirrors)' 1969 soil and twelve mirrors cm x cm x cm

ROBERT SMITHSON Rocks and Mirror Square II, 1971

Robert Smithson, Rock and Mirror Square II, 1971

Aerial view of Spiral Jetty (1970), Great Salt Lake, Utah, August 2003. Mud, precipitated salt crystals, rocks and water. Coil: 1500 ft. long and 15 ft. wide. Photographed by David Maisel.

Robert Smithson

David Maisel - Terminal Mirage 15 (Robert Smithson’s Spiral Jetty)

robert smithson - Google Search

robert smithson - Google Search

Robert Smithson, Glue Pour. 1970.

Artists Research : Robert Smithson Glue Pour

land art,les pheuillus,verschueren,jonna pohjalainen,sylvain meyer,sébastien preschoux,andy goldsworthy,robert smithson,nils udo,richard long

Back in the early the unconventional artist Christo used plastic Mylar to surround the small islands in Key Biscayne. Thus, the "artwork" known as "Surrounded Islands"

Robert Smithson, Non Site

Robert Smithson, Non-Site, Franklin, New Jersey, 1968

Robert Smithson: Monolake Non-Site 1968

Theory of Non-Sites, by Robert Smithson (1968)

Contenedor del No-Lugar Mono Lake 1968 Robert Smithson.

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