This Sunday (November 8th, 4-6pm), James Turrell will be opening a new exhibition with Kayne Griffin Corcoran in Los Angeles, his fifth showing with the gallery. The works slated to be on display from the master of light and space include three large scale Elliptical Glass pieces, mesmerizing apertures of frosted glass that have LEDs behind that are programmed to cycle through different colors over the course of 2.5 hours, and a series of prints that document his installation Aten Reign at the Guggenheim back in 2013. […]
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Last week, artnet News listed some works from James Turrell in Europe, some of which you probably didn’t even know existed. Included in the article is Double Vision & The Color Beneath at Ekebergparken in Olso, Norway, the installation pictured above. Head over here to see nine other works from the American artist known for his mastery of light and space to incorporate into your trip around Europe. Photo credit: Ekebergparken / © Florian Holzherr Discuss James Turrell here.
James Turrell, who just opened his first exhibition in a New York museum since 1980 over the weekend at the Guggenheim, also has an interesting project in Las Vegas. The American artist, whose work deals with light, color, and space, has created a permanent installation, Akhob, at the Louis Vuitton at City Center, (on the fourth floor which can be seen by appointment only). Reviving a longstanding collaborative relationship with the fashion house, the room floods your retina with high pigment fields of light. Via Hyperallergic.