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Thesis subject - way back. L O V E // Robert Morris Observatory - Flevoland, Netherlands Robert Morris, Sculpture, Action Painting, Environmental Art, Minimalist Art, Urban Art, Installation Art, Landscape Architecture, Netherlands

Sunsation 2008, Lelystad: man at the Robert Morris Observatory

Sunsation 2008, Lelystad: man bij het Robert Morris Observatororium

wool felt and textiles: Untitled, felt by Robert Morris & Interview by Simon Grant Contemporary Sculpture, Contemporary Art, Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Robert Morris, Jenny Holzer, Textiles, Famous Art, Process Art

Untitled, 1976, felt by Robert Morris & Interview by Simon Grant

Robert Morris is perhaps the single most important figure for understanding the shift from minimal to postminimal art. As a pioneer of minimal sculpture during the early 1960s, Morris was one of the first artists to take into account the spatial and physical relationship between a viewer's body and a work of art. In columns, cubes, boxes, and L-beams, Morris's early works explored the body's interaction with specific objects and forms. As he explained in an interview with the critic E. C…

The Observatory is a land-art piece by Robert Morris located in Flevoland, . Monumental Architecture, Sacred Architecture, Robert Morris, Solar Time, Ephemeral Art, James Turrell, Process Art, Art Plastique, Installation Art

The Observatory by Robert Morris (1971)

The Observatory is a land-art piece by Robert Morris located in Flevoland, in the Netherlands. The first version of the project was created by the artist in 1971 for the open air exhibition "Sonsbeek buiten de perken" ("Sonsbeek out of bounds") and built in the dunes near Velsen. A year later...

Robert Morris, Observatory, Flevoland, the Netherlands Monuments, Solar Time, Robert Smithson, Celestial Sphere, Science Museum, Space Architecture, Process Art, Ancient History, Landscape Art

The Observatory by Robert Morris (1971)

The Observatory is a land-art piece by Robert Morris located in Flevoland, in the Netherlands. The first version of the project was created by the artist in 1971 for the open air exhibition "Sonsbeek buiten de perken" ("Sonsbeek out of bounds") and built in the dunes near Velsen. A year later...

wool felt and textiles: Untitled, felt by Robert Morris & Interview by Simon Grant Contemporary Sculpture, Contemporary Art, Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Robert Morris, Jenny Holzer, Textiles, Famous Art, Process Art

Untitled, 1976, felt by Robert Morris & Interview by Simon Grant

Robert Morris is perhaps the single most important figure for understanding the shift from minimal to postminimal art. As a pioneer of minimal sculpture during the early 1960s, Morris was one of the first artists to take into account the spatial and physical relationship between a viewer's body and a work of art. In columns, cubes, boxes, and L-beams, Morris's early works explored the body's interaction with specific objects and forms. As he explained in an interview with the critic E. C…

My favorite space in my favorite museum on earth. Time/Timeless/No Time by Walter De Maria at Chichu Art Museum in Naoshima, Japan. Walter de Maria Space designed by Walter De Maria, Tadao. Chichu Art Museum, Miro Artist, Naoshima Island, Temple Architecture, Art Sites, Scenic Design, Land Art, Installation Art, Art Installations

Naoshima Island, Contemporary Art Paradise

The Benesse Art Site Naoshima on the small Japanese island of Naoshima is a paradise for contemporary art, architecture and nature lovers, for it is here that famed Japanese architect Tadao Ando has built extraordinary museums to house work by

The Observatory is a land-art piece by Robert Morris located in Flevoland, in the Netherlands. Robert Morris, Solar Time, Robert Smithson, Process Art, The Dunes, Science And Nature, Installation Art, Art Installations, Landscape Architecture

The Observatory by Robert Morris (1971)

The Observatory is a land-art piece by Robert Morris located in Flevoland, in the Netherlands. The first version of the project was created by the artist in 1971 for the open air exhibition "Sonsbeek buiten de perken" ("Sonsbeek out of bounds") and built in the dunes near Velsen. A year later...

The Observatory by Robert Morris Installation Street Art, Landscape Art, Landscape Architecture, Robert Morris, Solar Time, Plant Science, Action Painting, Entrance Design, Alberto Giacometti

The Observatory by Robert Morris (1971)

The Observatory is a land-art piece by Robert Morris located in Flevoland, in the Netherlands. The first version of the project was created by the artist in 1971 for the open air exhibition "Sonsbeek buiten de perken" ("Sonsbeek out of bounds") and built in the dunes near Velsen. A year later...

The Observatory is a land-art piece by Robert Morris located in Flevoland, in… Robert Morris, Solar Time, Robert Smithson, Celestial Sphere, Richard Serra, Science Museum, The Dunes, Compass Tattoo, Ancient History

The Observatory by Robert Morris (1971)

The Observatory is a land-art piece by Robert Morris located in Flevoland, in the Netherlands. The first version of the project was created by the artist in 1971 for the open air exhibition "Sonsbeek buiten de perken" ("Sonsbeek out of bounds") and built in the dunes near Velsen. A year later...

Robert Morris - Untitled, Box for standing [Sem título, Caixa para estar de pé]. John Baldessari, Robert Morris, Giuseppe Penone, Joseph Kosuth, Contemporary Artists, Modern Art, Christo And Jeanne Claude, Fluxus, Chef D Oeuvre

Robert Morris - Interview Magazine

Perhaps no living contemporary artist has been as multifaceted about meaning, multivalent with form, resistant to exposure, consistently innovative, always a few steps ahead of the situation, and influentially hard to pin down as the "post-minimalist" sculptor Robert Morris, who elides definitions in favor of open ends.

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robert morris: felt magic

[here] These installations by Robert Morris have just obliterated my snooty anti-felt attitude (which, in my defense, is usually relegated to the school room craft table or the back of a moving tru…