Post Tagged with: "James Turrell"

Arts & Culture

Wang Guangle: Yellow – Pace Gallery, London

Wang Guangle: Yellow – Pace Gallery, London

“The sensation of the passage of time always inspires me. Time changes everything, and when I can detect the pure movement of time, nothing else seems to matter. In these moments, there is very little else I would want to do.”  Wang Guangle The Pace gallery is one of the world’s leading […]

by × March 18, 2016 × 0 comments

Arts & Culture, Books

30,000 Years of Art – Phaidon

30,000 Years of Art – Phaidon

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Our historic – and largely still current – curatorial approach to archaeological and artistic objects has been to divide and classify, to separate and categorise. This has its advantages, but those institutions like the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford where form is privileged over origin, and […]

by × January 10, 2016 × 0 comments

Arts & Culture, Travel

James Turrell – The Skyspace Project, Lech

James Turrell – The Skyspace Project, Lech

“A Turrell Skyspace is a specifically proportioned chamber with an aperture in the ceiling open to the sky. Skyspaces can be autonomous structures or integrated into existing architecture. The aperture can be round, ovular or square.” James Turrell James Turrell is one of the iconic figures of contemporary art, making […]

by × January 7, 2016 × 1 comment

Arts & Culture

James Turrell LightScape at Houghton Hall

James Turrell LightScape at Houghton Hall

One of my most eagerly anticipated exhibitions of this summer has been this: the arrival of one of the giants of American 20th century art at an 18th century English country house. Not an obvious marriage made in heaven, but it nevertheless presented an intriguing prospect. James Turrell is best known […]

by × July 14, 2015 × 4 comments