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Lita Albuquerque

reflections : January 19 - April 1, 1990

by Lita Albuquerque

  • 11 Want to read
  • 4 Currently reading

Published by Fellows of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Albuquerque, Lita -- Exhibitions.,
    • Butterfield, Jan.,
    • Conceptual art -- United States -- Exhibitions.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcurated by Henry Hopkins ; essay by Jan Butterfield ; initiated and sponsored by the Fellows of Contomporary Art ; organized by the Santa Monica Museum of Art.
      ContributionsHopkins, Henry, 1928-, Fellows of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles, Calif.), Santa Monica Museum of Art.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsN6537.A44 A4 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination76 p. :
      Number of Pages76
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2231516M
      ISBN 100911291172
      LC Control Number89087768

      book drive & event for internationally-renowned artist lita albuquerque one year after losing her studio & library in the woolsey fire “Reading is an ancient act. Books connect us to a deep well of information that we can at any time dip into. The six artists in this exhibition of outsized books, curated by Jean Clad, have all consistently used the book form as an intimate, meditative, tactile vehicle for reading during their careers. Lita Albuquerque’s reputation for large installations in natural settings, and public .

      Get this from a library! Lita Albuquerque: reflections: January 19 - April 1, [Lita Albuquerque; Henry Hopkins; Fellows of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles, Calif.); Santa Monica Museum of Art.]. Artists’ homes and work destroyed in California wildfires Lita Albuquerque’s phone rang at am on Friday 9 November: it was her son, asking if the artist and her husband were OK Author: Matthew Stromberg.

      Planetary Octave. An installation by Lita Albuquerque, utilizes the creative problem solving skills for which the artist is acknowledged. The eight vertical gold leaf panels and discs that make up the installation are located in a space that will not be seen as a whole because book stacks and design structures obscure sight lines.   By ASHLEY LEE. Lita Albuquerque knelt down to get closer to the ground. The land has long doubled as her muse and her canvas: She drew constellations into Egypt's Giza Plateau, she mimicked the night sky on a lake bed in the Mojave Desert, she aligned spheres to stars in space while in Antarctica on the summer solstice — 99 orbs in her signature ultramarine, a vibrant hue hearkening to .


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