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WALTER DE MARIA | THE 2000 SCULPTURE

WALTER DE MARIA | THE 2000 SCULPTURE

Walter De Maria installing the first Earth Room. Galerie Heiner Friedrich, Munich 1968.

Walter De Maria installing the first Earth Room, Galerie Heiner Friedrich, Münich, 1968

Two Rooms Filled with Dirt: The New York Earth Room by Walter De Maria and the House in the Mud by Santiago Sierra – SOCKS

Two Rooms Filled with Dirt: The New York Earth Room by Walter De...

Two Rooms Filled with Dirt: The New York Earth Room by Walter De Maria and the House in the Mud by Santiago Sierra – SOCKS

Boxes for Meaningless Work, 1961

Walter De María, del minimalismo al land art

Naoshima Contemporary Art Museum by Tadao Ando | snyderstudio

Naoshima Contemporary Art Museum by Tadao Ando

Walter De Maria, Time/Timeless/No Time, 2004 - Chichu Art Museum - Naoshima

Walter De Maria - Ball Drop, 1961. Plywood box, pencil, and wood ball, 76 1/4 × 24 × 6 3/8 inches (193.7 × 61 × 16.2 cm), edition of 6. Solomon R. Guggenheim ...

Walter De Maria, Rather than adhere to pure formalism, Post-Minimalist artists often made explicit the psychical and physical processes involved in the actualization of art and often reflected personal and social concerns in their works.

Walter De Maria: Museum Piece, 1966. The swastika, emblem of Nazism, was once representative of prosperity, regeneration, and goodwill. By titling the swastika "Museum Piece", De Maria seems also to have been commenting on the neutralizing effects of the museum environment, in which cultural artifacts, removed from their original contexts, can be reduced to visual equivalences.

Walter De Maria: Museum Piece, 1966. The swastika, emblem of Nazism, was once representative of prosperity, regeneration, and goodwill. By titling the swastika "Museum Piece", De Maria seems also to have been commenting on the neutralizing effects of the museum environment, in which cultural artifacts, removed from their original contexts, can be reduced to visual equivalences.

Walter De maria's art installation 1977. What looks to be an unassuming gold disc set flush into the pavement often mistaken for a dropped coin is actually a brass rod that extends vertically into the earth for 1 kilometre. Titled the vertical kilometre.

Walter De Maria, de la foudre aux kilomètres

The Vertical Earth Kilometer - Long term installation - Kassel Germany - Walter De Maria 1977

Walter McConnell http://pinterest.com/lrolle/sculpture-creation/

Available for sale from Cross Mackenzie Gallery, Walter McConnell, A Theory of Everything - White Stupa, Crystalline Glazed Porcelain

'Earth Room' Walter de Maria obituary

Walter De Maria dies at 77; artist known for large installations

The New York Earth Room by Walter DeMaria is perfectly named, because that’s exactly what it is. It’s an interior earth sculpture that consists of a square feet Soho loft, filled with 250 cubic yards of earth. At 22 inches deep, that’s pounds of dirt.

Walter De Maria, 360˚ I Ching

Walter De Maria, I Sculptures</em> at Dia Beacon. Courtesy of photographer Bill Jacobson Studio, New York, © the Estate of Walter De Maria.

Two Rooms Filled with Dirt: The New York Earth Room by Walter De Maria and the House in the Mud by Santiago Sierra – SOCKS

Two Rooms Filled with Dirt: The New York Earth Room by Walter De...

Two Rooms Filled with Dirt: The New York Earth Room by Walter De Maria and the House in the Mud by Santiago Sierra – SOCKS

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