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Agnes Denes Wheatfield, A confrontation 1982 Agnes Denes is an American Land Art artist. Born in Budapest in her family moved to Stockholm, then New York City. Denes has been a pioneer of both the environmental art movement and Conceptual. World Trade Center, Trade Centre, Battery Park, Art Environnemental, Art Fund, Downtown New York, Wheat Fields, Environmentalist, Museum Of Modern Art

Agnes Denes' Prophetic Wheatfield Remains As Relevant As Ever

In an act of protest against climate change and economic inequality, Denes planted a massive wheatfield in a landfill in downtown Manhattan. Nearly 40 years later her message reverberates with a poignant urgency

The Tateyama Kurobe Alpine (pronounced “Alpen”) Route, known as the “Roof of Japan”, passes through the dynamic scenery of Mt. Tateyama in the Japan Alps. Snow Scenes, Winter Scenes, Beautiful World, Beautiful Places, Beautiful Roads, Meanwhile In Canada, Stations De Ski, Snow And Ice, Winter Beauty

Highly Impressive Snow-Clearing: Japan's Tateyama-Kurobe Alpine Route - Core77

Here in the American northeast we've got a bit of a storm on, with six to twelve inches of snow projected to fall on Core77 HQ. That sounds like a lot of snow, until you put it in perspective by looking at the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, which connects the...

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Alberto Burri, Cretto di Gibellina, 1984 The city of Gibellina was completely destroyed by 1968 earthquakes in the Belice Valley, Sicily. Landscape Architecture, Landscape Design, Contemporary Artists, Modern Art, Giuseppe Penone, Alberto Burri, Neo Dada, Art Informel, Wow Art


Alberto Burri | Grande Cretto, 1984-89 Gibellina. The piece commemorates the destruction of the Western Sicilian town of Gibellina in a catastrophic 1968 earthquake. Area over 120 000 square meters |...

Sculptor Ra Paulette has a phenomenal hobby – he digs caves in New Mexico’s sandstone cliffs. Ra’s caves are smooth, artistic, and breathtakingly beautiful, and he creates them with his bare hands. His only tools – a pickaxe and a wheelbarrow. Travel New Mexico, Mexico Tourism, Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Mind Blowing Pictures, New Mexico Santa Fe, New Mexico Style, Mexico Art, Land Of Enchantment

5 Mind-Blowing Pictures of a Cave Carved Entirely by Hand

Ra Paulette, a 67-year-old sculptor by trade, has an unusual hobby: he digs caves in New Mexico's sandstone cliffs using only a pickaxe and a wheelbarrow. He never quite got around to finishing college and spent many years drifting as a hitchhiker across America, after being discharged from the U.S.

After spending a decade working with only his dog to keep him company, Artist Ra Paulette is finally allowing the pubic to view his masterpiece. Paulette hopes that his cave cravings ignite a "spiritual renewal and personal well being" in the viewer. Great Works Of Art, People Of Interest, True Art, A Decade, Land Art, Great Pictures, Amazing Architecture, Contemporary Artists, Street Photography

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Cavedigger - an award winning, independent documentary film - takes a close look at the amazing art of Ra Paulette, a cave digger in Northern New Mexico who creates surreal and beautiful environments inside these dark caves. Director Jeffrey