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Disappearing in One of James Turrell’s Perceptual Cells

Through a combination of light and sound, for a few moments at least, the work can strip you of all the typical assurances of selfhood. The post Disappearing in One of James Turrell’s Perceptual Cells appeared first on Hyperallergic...
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Art21 Exclusive Video: James Turrell Talks About Working with Light

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Walking into a work by James Turrell forces you to scrutinize the environment around you since there is so little to look at except light and color, then you realize how much there is to actually examine. Framing light, Turrell's wo...

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, presents "James Turrell: The Light Inside"

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The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, presents James Turrell: The Light Inside, one of three simultaneous and complementary exhibitions devoted to the life?s work of James Turrell. Since the mid-1960s, Turrell has employed the medium of...

Colored Square: Light Projections by James Turrell and Amish Quilts on view at De Pont Museum

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Color Squared consists of light projections and graphic work by James Turrell (Los Angeles, 1943) in combination with thirty historic quilts from a German private collection. Austere compositions of basic geometric forms are a strik...

Two works by the American artist James Turrell on view at the Venet Foundation

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The Venet Foundation is featuring two works by the American artist James Turrell (1943) as part of its summer exhibition. Turrell?s light appears thanks to concealed devices that the artist plans out and constructs with great precis...

Friday Links: There’s This Artist Named James Turrell…

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[caption id="attachment_53133" align="aligncenter" width="620" caption="2012 QAM recipient Camilo Godo. Image via: Hyperallergic"][/caption] “I like Mr. Turrell’s work well enough” Roberta Smith on the James Turrell exhibition at th...

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