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Land Art - Broken Ground, New Beginnings

Curator Jeff Beekman states that Land Art, one of the seminal movements beginning in the late-1960s was largely born out of a frustration with the growing commercialization of the art world and the limitations of the traditional “white cube” gallery. At its core this movement sought to tie together artwork and the landscape into which the works were inextricably merged. The most well-known early examples took the form of dramatic interventions into the landscapes of primarily the American Southwest. What has emerged since the formative years has become a sophisticated and varied extension of the discussions of the early practitioners. This movement has grown to encompass issues of ecology and sustainability, an exploration of how human and natural forces have shaped one another in historical and contemporary landscapes, and an exploration of past approaches to the mythologies we have about land, particularly as it relates to the concept of manifest destiny and borders.

HOURS

Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday
(September-April)
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Sunday, March 26 at 1:00pm to 4:00pm

Museum of Fine Arts , 250 Fine Arts Building
530 West Call St, 250 Fine Arts Building

Event Type

General

Departments

Museum of Fine Arts, Fine Arts, Colleges

Website

http://mofa.fsu.edu/

Contact Name:

Elizabeth McLendon

Contact Phone

8506441299

Contact Email

emclendon@fsu.edu

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