Robert Irwin Untitled Dawn to Dusk

This publication is devoted to the titular work by the legendary San Diego-based light and space artist Irwin, the most recent addition to the Chinati Foundation's permanent collection, inaugurated in July 2016 after 17 years of planning.

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Author: Rob Weiner

Publisher:

ISBN: 1942884427

Category: Art

Page: 252

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This publication is devoted to the titular work by the legendary San Diego-based light and space artist Irwin, the most recent addition to the Chinati Foundation's permanent collection, inaugurated in July 2016 after 17 years of planning.

Variations on Dawn and Dusk

"The poems that comprise Variations on Dawn and Dusk are best considered as a single inquiry broken into discrete parts--they don't build exactly one upon another, they aren't a progressive series, but each is a meditation gathered around ...

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Author: Dan Beachy-Quick

Publisher: Omnidawn

ISBN: 1632430703

Category: POETRY

Page: 48

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"The poems that comprise Variations on Dawn and Dusk are best considered as a single inquiry broken into discrete parts--they don't build exactly one upon another, they aren't a progressive series, but each is a meditation gathered around fundamental points of concern: light, dark, sky, cloud, faith, doubt, thought, care, memory, dust, and more. The project as a whole is meant as an imitation of so deep it becomes a participation in Robert Irwin's untitled (dawn to dusk) (2016), a permanent installation at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, TX."--

Amazing Art Adventures

And the Chinati has added to the site with masterful pieces like Robert Irwin's untitled (dawn to dusk) of 2016, the only permanent, freestanding structure conceived and designed by Irwin as a total work of art.

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Author: Yolanda Zappaterra

Publisher: Frances Lincoln

ISBN: 9780711253735

Category: Art

Page: 288

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Discover hundreds of the most interesting and memorable art experiences from around the world! Amazing Art Adventures offers us art and culture as an experience both within and beyond the gallery, opening a door to unexpected adventures - art fairs, festivals, installations, art trails, galleries, art islands, monuments, sculpture parks and museums. Aimed at all of us who travel to learn about new places and cultures, the book gathers together hundreds of unforgettable art experiences around the world, acting as an inspirational travel guide for anyone interested in art. From the Lightning Field in New Mexico to an art island in Japan, expert guide Yolanda Zappaterra leads us on a comprehensive, worldwide tour of bucket list destinations for every season. Divided into sections by continent, the book is a thrilling cultural journey, an insider’s guide to the visual arts that suggests different ways to experience art beyond the usual galleries and institutions, leads readers to art in unusual places, creates trails that will give insights into the lives of famous artists as well as putting the spotlight on more interesting and unknown works in well known museums. Through more than 400 entries, plus photographs and maps, the book expands our understanding and appreciation of the world’s art in exciting new ways. Uncover a Chagall masterpiece in a tiny Kentish church Follow a land art map of North America from the Spiral Jetty and Lightning Fields to Seven Magic Mountains and the Star Axis Trip the light fantastic at the Atelier des Lumières in Paris Delight in the sinuous curves of Oscar Niemeyer’s MAC in Rio de Janeiro Lay your head in a very arty bed at the aha Shakaland Hotel & Zulu Cultural Village Be dazzled by recycled ceramics at the Rock Garden of Chandigarh in northern India Exercise body and mind with a walk along London’s Art Line Be blown away by Tacoma’s Museum of Glass Trek into the Brazilian rainforest for art in the jungle at the Inhotim Art Museum Sample big cheeses in Switzerland at Art Basel Cross the Seto Inland Sea to land at the art island of Naoshima in Japan Walk among the gods and monsters of Niki de Saint Phalle’s Tuscan Tarot Garden Commune with a unicorn at the Met Cloisters in New York See the seeds of Africa’s future art scene in a former grain silo at the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art in Cape Town Enter a field of light in Uluru, Australia

Marfa

The old hospital building (2010) and Robert Irwin's untitled (dawn to dusk), 2016. The Irwin piece is © Robert Irwin/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. I can enter the building from either side, part of.

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Author: Kathleen Shafer

Publisher: University of Texas Press

ISBN: 9781477314401

Category: History

Page: 208

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A small town in the vast desert of West Texas, Marfa attracts visitors from around the world to its art foundations and galleries, film and music festivals, and design and architecture symposiums. While newcomers sometimes see it as “another Santa Fe,” long-time residents often take a bemused, even disapproving attitude toward the changes that Marfa has undergone since artist Donald Judd came to town in the 1970s and began creating spaces for his own and other artists’ work. They remember when ranching and the military formed the basis of the town’s economy, even as they acknowledge that tourist dollars are now essential to Marfa’s sustainability. Marfa tells an engaging story of how this isolated place became a beacon in the art world, like the famous Marfa Lights that draw curious spectators into the West Texas night. As Kathleen Shafer delves into the town’s early history, the impact of Donald Judd, the expansion of arts programming, and the increase in tourism, she unlocks the complex interplay between the particularities of the place, the forces of commerce and growth, the textures of local culture and tradition, and the transformative role of artists and creative work. Bookending her story between two iconic artworks—the whimsical Prada Marfa and the crass Playboy Marfa—Shafer illuminates the shifting cultural landscape of Marfa, showing why this place has become a mecca for so many and how the influx of newcomers has transformed its character.

Anti Museum

... Donald Judd's Mill Aluminium and Robert Irwin's untitled (dawn to dusk). Guided tours are offered to the complete collection (a 4.5–5-hour marathon, with an hour's lunch break in the middle), or a Selections tour to the founding ...

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Author: Adrian Franklin

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429888472

Category: Art

Page: 142

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Anti-Museum charts the development of the anti-museum as a concept and as it has been realised in practice. Drawing on a range of case studies, including the New Museum and PS1 in New York, Mona in Australia, Art42 in Paris and Donald Judd’s Marfa, the book assesses their potential to engage museum publics in new ways. Anti-museums seek to breathe relational and theatricalised vitality into the objects they exhibit, by connecting them to the contexts of their making, to their social life outside the museum, to visitors' lives via their transformative capacities for change, and by being a place of dialogue, exchange and transformation, rather than instruction. Documenting the ways in which they have been created by artists, collectors, and curators, the book also examines the extent to which anti-museums connect with other museums through the exchange of values and resources. Critically, it asks whether, after some 40 years of ‘new museology’, such institutions are still able to offer something fresh and valuable. Anti-Museum provides a sharp and incisive account of the anti-museum as it has been imagined, realised and experienced, and as it has relevance for understanding and working in the contemporary museum world. As such, the book will be of great interest to scholars and students engaged in the study of museums, cultural economy, inclusive urban regeneration, the democratisation of art and contemporary art. It should also appeal to museum professionals around the world.

The Hollywood Reporter

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Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: IND:30000004498832

Category: Motion picture industry

Page:

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The Urban Prairie

Wesley Fraser Irwin ( 1897 - 1976 ) Old House in Edmonton # 2 , c . 1944 Watercolor on paper 27 . 4 x 38 . 4 Collection of the Glenbow Museum , Calgary 120 . Horace Watson Wickenden ( 1901 - ) Untitled ( industrial area ) , c .

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Author: Dan Ring

Publisher: Saskatoon : Mendel Art Gallery ; Fifth House

ISBN: STANFORD:36105018254826

Category: Art, Canadian

Page: 160

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