2014: Art and the Landscape
Site-specific works of art in the landscape rank among the most organic and historically significant representations of our cultural identity, and are often the most threatened.
The Cultural Landscape Foundation announces Landslide® 2014: Art and the Landscape – with eleven examples of land-based art from ancient petroglyphs to earthworks, folk art creations, single artist, multi-acre installations and others threatened with demolition, neglect, poor maintenance, vandalism and lack of funding.
Landslide® is TCLF’s annual thematic compendium of threatened and at-risk landscapes and landscape features. This year’s sites, selected from more than 100 submissions, are detailed through in-depth narratives and newly commissioned photography.
The Works of Athena Tacha
Untitled Earthwork (Johnson Pit No. 30)
Wells Petroglyph Preserve
For a media information and to learn more about the Landslide program contact Nord Wennerstrom at firstname.lastname@example.org.