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'Milarepa's Helmut', by James Turrell, 1989

A trio of James Turrell exhibitions in the US

Aten Reign, 2013 / James Turrell; Photo: David Heald © Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York

James Turrell Transforms the Guggenheim

Image 10 of 12 from gallery of James Turrell Transforms the Guggenheim. Photo: David Heald © Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York

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James Turrell’s “Autonomous Structures” (1989-2010)

this is a James Terrell piece called "Jai Singh’s Sky" created in it has a little art pattern within it.

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James Turrell’s “Autonomous Structures” (1989-2010)

James Turrell’s Autonomous Structures Challenge Perceptions of Light

James Turrell’s Autonomous Structures Challenge Perceptions of Light

The "Autonomous Structures" are projects defined by artist James Turrell as "just containers for the light; the art is in the experience of the viewer”. In the 1970's, Turrell began working on his most famous piece: the conversion of the Roden Crater, an extinct volcano in northern Arizona, into...

James Turrell’s “Autonomous Structures” (1989-2010)

Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka will exhibit a glass window made of 500 crystal prisms at MUSEUM. beyond museum in Seoul this May. Called Rainbow Church, the eight metre-high installation will create rainbows within the space as the light is refracted. More about Tokujin Yoshioka on Dezeen in our special category. The information below is from More

Rainbow Church by Tokujin Yoshioka

Tokujin Yoshioka's work, "Rainbow Church", a 2010 installation of 500 prism 'window'

Twilight Epiphany, una habitación para observar el cielo

Twilight Epiphany, una habitación para observar el cielo

James Turrell, Houston’s Rice University Dims Stadium Lights, Texas Land Art

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