Landslide2008: Marvels of Modernism

Christopher Rauschenberg (American, b. 1951)
Mill Creek Canyon Earthworks + Pacific Science Center Courtyard

Christopher Rauschenberg has practiced photographic art since 1957 and has a Bachelor of Arts in photography from Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. From 1982 to 1996, he taught art and photography at Marylhurst College (now Marylhurst University) in Lake Oswego, Oregon, and he has photographed in North and South America, Eastern and Western Europe, and throughout Asia. With eighty solo shows and three monographs, he has most recently spent several years rephotographing Eugene Atget’s images of Paris from 1890 and 1927. Rauschenberg is a co-founder of Portland’s photography festival, Photolucida, formerly Photo Americas.


Pacific Science Center
Photo © Christopher Rauschenberg

George Eastman House Exhibition

These images will be featured in an exhibition of original photography opening November 19, 2008.
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List of Marvels

Boston City Hall Plaza
Boston, Massachusetts

Estates Drive Reservoir
Oakland, California

Heritage Plaza
Heritage Park
Fort Worth, Texas

Kaiser Roof Garden
Kaiser Center
Oakland, California

Lake Elizabeth
Allegheny Commons
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Manhattan Square Park
Rochester, New York

Mill Creek Canyon

Kent, Washington

Miller Garden
Columbus, Indiana

El Monte
Hato Rey, Puerto Rico

Pacific Science
Center Courtyard

Seattle, Washington

San Francisco, California

Peavey Plaza
Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis, Minnesota

education partners
Garden DesignGeorge Eastman House
Additional Sponsors

American Society of Landscape Architects’ Indiana, Pennsylvania/Delaware, Minnesota, Northern California, Texas, Upstate New York, and Washington Chapters • Astorino • Charles Butt • Design Within Reach • Topher Delaney • Sandy Donnell & Justin Faggioli • Fathom • Tom Fox • Hillman Foundation • Indianapolis Museum of Art • Lorraine Osmundson • Richard T. Murphy • National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Northeast, Southwest, and Western Offices- with funds from the Charles Evans Hughes Memorial Foundation of New York, Dodge Jones Foundation Intervention Fund, and Eastern Massachusetts Preservation Fund • James Richards • Seibert & Rice • Diana & Bruce Shuman • Ann Stack • SWA Group • TBG Partners • Michal and Jeffrey William Tincup • Unilock Inc. • The Woltz Charitable Trust