The acclaimed Los Angeles-based artist, often associated with the Light and Space and Land Art movements, discusses her work.
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Since the early 1970s Lita Albuquerque has created an expansive body of work, ranging from sculpture, poetry, painting, and multi-media performance to ambitious site-specific ephemeral projects in remote locations around the globe. Often associated with the Light and Space and Land Art movements, she has developed a unique visual and conceptual vocabulary using the earth, color, the body, motion, and time to illuminate identity and its relation to the universal. She was the recipient of a National Science Foundation grant for her Stellar Axis: Antarctica project, which culminated in the first and largest ephemeral artwork created on that continent. In 2014 her performance piece on Main Beach, An Elongated Now, played a central part in Laguna Art Museum’s Art & Nature festival, complementing the installation Particle Horizon inside the museum.
Jean Stern Presents: The Hudson River School
In this lecture, art historian and LAM Curatorial Fellow Jean Stern will discuss the history and influence of the Hudson River School.
Self Help Graphics & Art: A Celebratory Lectu …
As part of the opening weekend festivities for Marking an Era: Celebrating Self Help Graphics & Art at 50, please join the Laguna Art Museum and Kevin Cruz Amaya for a talk on Self Help Graphics & Art, its cultural impact, and printmaking as an art form.
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