Alfredo Jaar, Gabriel Orozco, and other Art21-featured artists take over the Guggenheim, Maya Lin turns a sculture into a speaker system, William Wegman is way up in Maine, and more in this week's roundup.
It's time to bring back the arch and the obelisk. Memorial designers have long relied on a standard formula: Go vertical, and slap an inscription on it. But Maya Lin's beautifully minimalist Vietnam Veterans Memorial, completed in 1982, ushered in a new era of horizontal memorials that are places as much as they are monuments. Read Full Story
Daniel Gordon wins the Foam Paul Huf Award, Allan McCollum's wooden shapes go to Idaho, Maya Lin maps lost species, and more in this week's roundup.
To fly we must have resistance. - Maya Lin
Hubbard & Birchler film forgotten and decaying sites, Trenton Doyle Hancock takes train riders on a visual journey, Maya Lin visits Smith College, and more.
This week marks the anniversary of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial -- a landmark that, though now one of the most-visited in Washington DC, had a controversial construction. The Memorial’s architect was Maya Lin, who was an undergraduate student at Yale when her design was c …
Sally Mann's photographs inspire new work, Maya Lin sculpts a landscape, Allora & Calzadilla explore rifts and borders, and more.
"In art or architecture your project is only done when you say it's done." - Maya Lin "Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up." - Pablo Picasso Like many Apple techies, I was on tenterhooks, waiting for the Apple iPad event big reveals, and waiting to read the tech blogs and Twitter feeds from my go-to gurus. Show More Summary
In today's "Exclusive," filmed in late 2012, Maya Lin discusses her marble sculpture series, "Disappearing Bodies of Water."
A new "Exclusive" film featuring Maya Lin and her latest exhibition at Pace Gallery.
Pace presents Here and There, a two-part exhibition of new work by American artist Maya Lin presented in London and New York this spring. Here and There is on view at Pace London, 6-10 Lexington Street, from 22 March through 11 May and at Pace, 32 East 57th Street, New York from 26 April through 22 June. Show More Summary
Miss anything this week? These posts are worth a second look: Weekly Roundup Nettrice Gaskins brought together the latest art news, with Maya Lin and her take on Europe’s topography, Roni Horn’s eponymous exhibition at Hauser & Wirth Zürich, Rashid Johnson’s lecture on the artistic contributions of women and minorities, and much more. Looking at Los [...]
Maya Lin explores the topography of Europe, Roni Horn displays photographs and glass, Rashid Johnson highlights artistic contributions by women and minorities, and much more.
Breastaurant Twin Peaks has moved into the Gurgling Cod's listening area with advertisements touting wonders such as hot waitresses, cold beer and a "chef-driven menu." Yes, the Cod writes, "It's like Ferran Adria and Maya Lin teamed up to articulate...
This week's roundup has news on Barbara Kruger, Oliver Herring, Maya Lin and other artists featured in Art21 programs.
Reminiscent of and paying homage to the artistry of the creators of Serpent Mound; enjoy this blog about Ohioan Maya Lin. http://albertis-window.blogspot.com/2010/04/maya-lin-and-eleven-minute-line.html
Maya Lin, the architect who designed the black Vietnam Veterans Memorial in DC, has completed what she's calling her "last memorial." Rather than mourning the loss of one specific thing, Lin has created "What is Missing," a crazy-conceptual multimedia exhibition...
Photo: Architizer The architect and artist Maya Lin, who achieved fame as an undergraduate architecture student nearly three decades ago by winning the competition to design Washington's Vietnam Veterans Memorial, has completed her final public memorial. Dubbed What is Missing?,...
This week's roundup has news on Maya Lin, Alfredo Jaar, Pepón Osorio and many other artists featured on Art21 programs.
We got an email recently from artist Maya Lin about her new project, What is Missing, and it is spectacular. Maya created a monument to the disappearing creatures and places on our planet, and put it on the internet to grow and evolve. Her...Show More Summary