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Artist James Turrell brings a new glow to the top floor of Louis Vuitton Las Vegas

Artist James Turrell brings a new glow to the top floor of Louis Vuitton Las Vegas

James Turrell, Roden Crater. Bronze stairs leading from inside the crater to the summit. Photo by Ed Krupp.

James Turrell, Roden Crater. Bronze stairs leading from inside the crater to the summit. Photo by Ed Krupp.

James Turrell, The Light Inside  Very cool art piece! I've actually been a part of it before and seen it in person. It's beautiful to experience and very much plays with your perception...

James Turrell, The Light Inside Very cool art piece! I've actually been a part of it before and seen it in person. It's beautiful to experience and very much plays with your perception...

James Turrell, Skyspace, Yorkshire Sculpture Park

James Turrell, Skyspace, Yorkshire Sculpture Park

University of Texas • james turrell

University of Texas • james turrell

photographer simone bossi goes inside irwin + turrell exhibit at villa panza

photographer simone bossi goes inside irwin + turrell exhibit at villa panza

roden crater by james turrell features skyspaces in the arizona desert

roden crater by james turrell features skyspaces in the arizona desert

James Turrell http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Turrell

James Turrell http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Turrell

JamesTurrell, The Way of Color is a “Skyspace,”

JamesTurrell, The Way of Color is a “Skyspace,”

James Turrell // Ganzfeld  Art Experience NYC  www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login/?utm_source=pinterest_medium=pins_content=pinterest_pins_campaign=pinterest_initial

James Turrell // Ganzfeld Art Experience NYC www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login/?utm_source=pinterest_medium=pins_content=pinterest_pins_campaign=pinterest_initial

A Stonescape of Art - The New York Times - James Turrell

A Stonescape of Art - The New York Times - James Turrell

James Turrell’s LightScape installation at Houghton Hall: Seldom Seen, 2002, one of the artist’s Skyspaces. Photograph: Peter Huggins.

James Turrell’s LightScape installation at Houghton Hall: Seldom Seen, 2002, one of the artist’s Skyspaces. Photograph: Peter Huggins.

Christo. The “largest indoor sculpture ever made”. Opened on March 16 2013, the inflated “Big Air Package” was designed to occupy a 117-meter-tall former gas tank known as Gasometer Oberhausen in Germany. The 90-meter-high, 50-meter-wide sculpture was made from 20,350 square metres of semi-transparent polyester fabric and 4,500 meters of rope, with a volume of 177,000 cubic metres. This was the first major work after the passing of his wife and artistic partner Jeanne-Claude in 2009

Christo. The “largest indoor sculpture ever made”. Opened on March 16 2013, the inflated “Big Air Package” was designed to occupy a 117-meter-tall former gas tank known as Gasometer Oberhausen in Germany. The 90-meter-high, 50-meter-wide sculpture was made from 20,350 square metres of semi-transparent polyester fabric and 4,500 meters of rope, with a volume of 177,000 cubic metres. This was the first major work after the passing of his wife and artistic partner Jeanne-Claude in 2009

James Turrell, Space that sees, 1992

James Turrell, Space that sees, 1992

I love the stark use of geometry in these as well.

I love the stark use of geometry in these as well.

james turrell

james turrell