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Moles spiralis a Roberto Smithson facta, e Rozel Point Aprili 2005 visum.
Tabula cartacea museorum in ripa fluminis ad meridioccidentem Lundae in Suecia quattuor dies posita. Res a Jacek Tylicki facta (1981), 473 X 354 mm.
Bunjil, geoglyphum ad You Yangs Larae in Australia, ab Andrea Rogers factum. Quod monstrum alas 100 metra latas habet, et 1500 tonnae lapideae ad aedificationem adhibitae sunt.
Despectus e satellite in Craterem Rodenianum, situm operum terrestrium in progressu ab Iacobo Turrell factorum prope Flagstaff in Arizona.
Meteorites, opus a Milton Becerra in Hortis Ibirapuera factum, XVIII Biennial Sancti Pauli Brasiliae (1985).
Side Effect X, opus ab Eberhardo Bosslet Tías in insula Lanzarottae (2008).
Magnae Rimae (Italiane Grandi Cretti), opus Alberti Burri, Gibellinae in Sicilia (1984-1989).

Ars terrena[1][2] est motus artis qui annis 1960 et 1970 exortus est,[3] plerumque in Britannia et Civitatibus Foederatis,[4][5][6] sed exempla in multis civitatibus amplectebatur. Quae fines artis materiis adhibitis sitibusque operum extendere solebat. Materiae adhibitae saepe erant solum, saxa, vegetatio, et aqua in situ reperta, ac situs operum saepe a sedibus hominum distabant. Quia pervenire ad situs aliquando difficillimum erat, documenta photographica ad urbanas artis pinacothecas saepe referebantur.[7][8] Magnae huius motus artis proprietates erant commercializationem artis factae reicere emergentisque motus oecologici approbare. Congruit enim artis terrenae ortus cum reiectione vitae urbanae studioque ruris, eius re gemella. Inter has inclinationes erant spiritualia telluris domus hominum desideria.[9][10]

Artifices terreni hodierni[recensere | fontem recensere]

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Warning icon.svg Fons nominis Latini desideratur (addito fonte, hanc formulam remove)
  2. Etiam ars terrestris, ars telluris, et opera terrena appellata.
  3. Tate, Art Terms, Land Art
  4. Kastner et Wallis 2010.
  5. Dempsey 2002.
  6. Commentarius (theartstory.org).
  7. Unexpected Land Art Beautifully Formed in Nature (mymodernmet.com).
  8. Land art (www.land-arts.com).
  9. Atkins 2013.
  10. Micucci 2012.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Alloway, Lawrence, Wolfgang Becker, Robert Rosenblum, et al. 2004. Nature: The End of Art. Florentiae: Gli Ori. Liber a Thames & Hudson distributus. ISBN 0615125336.
  • Andrews, Max, ed. 2006. Land, Art: A Cultural Ecology Handbook. Londinii. ISBN 9780901469571.
  • Atkins, Robert. 2013. ArtSpeak, A Guide to Contemporary Ideas, Movements, and Buzzwords, 1945 to the Present. Abbeville Press. ISBN 9780789211507.
  • Beardsley, John. 1998. Earthworks and Beyond. Contemporary Art in the Landscape. Novi Eboraci. ISBN 0789202964.
  • Boettger, Suzaan. 2002. Earthworks: Art and the Landscape of the Sixties. Berkeleiae: University of California Press. ISBN 0520241169.
  • Dempsey, Amy. 2002. Art in the modern era: A guide to styles, schools, & movements. Abrams. ISBN 9780810941724.
  • Dempsey, Amy. 2006. Destination Art. Berkeleiae. ISBN 9780520250253.
  • Draguet, Michel, et Nils-Udo. 1992. Bob Verschueren. Brussels: Atelier 340.
  • Dryansky, Larisa. 2017. Cartophotographies: de l'art conceptuel au Land Art. Lutetiae: éditions du Comité des travaux historiques et scientifiques-Institut national d'histoire de l'art.
  • Espartaco, Carlos. 1989. Eduardo Sanguinetti: The Experience of Limit. Buenos Aires: Ediciones de Arte Gaglianone. ISBN 9509004987.
  • Flam, Jack, ed. 1006. Robert Smithson: The Collected Writings. Berkeleiae. ISBN 0520203852.
  • Grande, John K. 1994, 2003. Balance: Art and Nature. Novi Eboraci et Londinii: Black Rose Books. ISBN 1551642344.
  • Heartney, Eleanor. 2009. Andrew Rogers Geoglyphs, Rhythms of Life. Italia: Edizioni Charta. ISBN 9788881587124.
  • Hobbs, Robert, et Robert Smithson. A Retrospective View. Duisberg: Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum. Universitas Cornelliana: Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art.
  • Kastner, Jeffrey, et Brian Wallis. 1998. Land and Environmental Art. Bostoniae. ISBN 0714845191.
  • Kastner, Jeffrey, et Brian Wallis. 2010. Land and Environmental Art. Ed. 2a. Bostoniae: Phaidon Press. ISBN 0714856436. Books.
  • Lippars, Lucy R. 1983. Overlay: Contemporary Art and the Art of Prehistory. Novi Eboraci. ISBN 9780394518121.
  • Grande, John K. Grande. 2004. Art Nature Dialogues: Interviews with Environmental Artists. Introductio Edward Lucie-Smith. Novi Eboraci. ISBN 9780791461945.
  • Micucci, Dana. 2012. Land Art: Earthworks that Defined Postwar American Art. Art & Antiques, Aprili.
  • Peat, David. 2007. Dialogues in Diversity. Introduction et foreward Edward Lucie-Smith. Italia: Pari Publishing. ISBN 9788890196072.
  • Sanguinetti, Eduardo. 1986. Alter Ego. Edimburgi: Pentland. ISBN 9780946270170.
  • Taylor, Chris, et Bill Gilbert. 2009. Land Arts of the American West. Austin: University of Texas Press. ISBN 9780292716728.
  • Tiberghien, Gilles A. 1993, 1995, 2012. Land Art. Ed. Carré.
  • Weilacher, Udo. 1999. Between Landscape Architecture and Land Art. Basiliae, Berolini, Bostoniae. ISBN 3764361190.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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