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  • All fields: 20th Century Environmental
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    • The Crater's Eye

    • Turrell, James (1943- )
    • Luminal; circular kiva-like room with a stone bench running the perimeter of room with round opening to the sky
    • Earth
    • Valley Curtain

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- );
    • Valley Curtain Structural, Feasibility Study by Lev Zetlin Assoc. Inc., NYC, Pages 9, 10, 11, 12
    • Blueprint;
    • Valley Curtain

    • Christo, Javacher (1935 -)
    • Lev Zetlin Assoc., Inc., NYC Structural Feasibility Study for the Valley Curtain, pages 5, 6, 7, 8
    • Paper; Ink
    • Valley Curtain

    • Christo, Javacher (1935 -);
    • Lev Zetlin Assoc., Inc., NYC Structural Feasibility Study for the Valley Curtain, pages 5, 6, 7, 8
    • Paper and ink
    • East Portal

    • Turrell, James (1943- )
    • Luminal; portal at Roden Crater: Ellipse to the sky with view of moon in extreme upper right
    • Earth
    • East Portal Entry

    • Turrell, James (1943- )
    • Luminal; view of the east entry portal at Roden Crater project near Flagstaff, Arizona
    • Earth
    • East Portal

    • Turrell, James (1943- )
    • Luminal; three views of the east portal as one walks through the 810 foot long tunnel leading to the ellipse, which at first appears as to be a circle; Roden Crater project near Flagstaff, Arizona
    • Earth
    • Over the Stone

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Assisted by Wallace Gibson
    • Slate
    • Japanese Maple Leaves etc.

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Japanese maple leaves stitched together to make a foating chain, the next day it became a hole supported underneath by a woven briar ring
    • Red Japanese Maple Leaves
    • Dandelion Flowers etc.

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Dandelion Folwers, pinned with thorns to wind-bent willowherb stalks, laid in a ring, held above blue bells with forked sticks
    • Dandelions;
    • Spiral Jetty

    • Smithson, Robert (1938-1973);
    • 6,000 tons of basalt blocks and riparian rubble (292 truckloads)
    • Basalt blocks and riparian rubble
    • Wall that Went for a Walk

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Stonework by Joe Smith, Philip Dolphin, William Millar, Brian Metcalf
    • stone
    • Japanese Maple Leaves etc.

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Japanese maple leaves stitched together to make a floating chain, the nest day it became a hole supported underneath by a woven briar ring
    • Red Japanese Maple Leaves;
    • Ice Arch

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Ice. Left to freeze overnight, before supporting pile of stone's removed (made in a field with cows - a tense wait) pissed on stones too frozen to come out, fourth attempt successful other three arches collapsed or melted
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    • Poppy Petals

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Early morning, before breeze strengthened, each petal licked and pressed to another to make a line about seven feet long
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    • Icicles

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Thick ends dipped in snow then water, held until frozen together, occasionally using forked sticks as support until stuck, a tense moment when taking them away, breathing on the stick first to release it
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    • Laurel Leaves

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Leaves. Stitched with thorns, two leaves thick leaving a single layer of leaves for the light
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    • Blades of Grass

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Grass, creased and arched, secured with thorns
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    • Rowan Leaves Laid Around a Hole

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Leaves. Collecting the last few leaves, nearly finished, dog ran into hole, started again, made in the shade on a windy, sunny day
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    • Elder Patch

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Leaves. Circle cut through fresh fallen leaves to expose decaying ones beneath
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    • Goose Feathers

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Feathers. Carefully stripped down one side, bent over and held to the ground with thorns
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    • Feathers Plucked From Dead Heron

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Feathers. Cut with sharp stone, stripped down one side, about three-and-a-half feet overall length, made over three calm days, cold frosty mornings, smell from heron pungent as each day warmed up
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    • Snowballs in Summer

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Large snowballs. Made in Perthshire Winter 1988-1989, preserved in cold storage, displayed in the old museum of transport, melt in five days
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    • Damp Sand

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Sand. Hollowed out, soft red stone ground into powder around each rim
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    • Slab of Snow

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Snow. Carved into, leaving a translucent layer, horse chestnut stalks pinned together with thin bamboo
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    • Broken Pebbles

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Pebbles. Scratched white with another stone
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    • Damp Sand

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Sand. Hollowed out, soft red stone ground into powder around each hole
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    • Fine Dry Sand

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Sand. Edges and ridges softened by the breeze
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    • Fine Dry Sand

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Sand. Edges and ridges softened by the breeze
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    • Revival Field

    • Chin, Mel (1951- );
    • The use of plants to remove toxic waste from soil of Pig' Eye Landfill
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    • Valley Curtain, Fabric Seams

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- ); de Guillebon, Jeanne-Claude (1935- )
    • Photograph of seams in fabric; 60 miles of seams being sewn in Richmond, Virginia
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    • Valley Curtain, Plaque

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- ); de Guillebon, Jeanne-Claude (1935- )
    • plaque given to Christo & Jeanne-Claude by the citizens of Rifle, August 18, 1972
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    • Valley Curtain, Iron Workers

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- ); de Guillebon, Jeanne-Claude (1935- )
    • Photograph of iron workers Dennis O'Brien and Leroy Glaser in the cable car and Donald Jenkins on the curtain cutting the Daisy chain of the outer cocoon.
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    • Valley Curtain, Fabric

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- ); de Guillebon, Jeanne-Claude (1935- )
    • Photograph of fabric; 250,000 sq. feet of white nylon polyamide being dyed international orange, Putnam, Conn.
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    • Valley Curtain, Anchors

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- ); de Guillebon, Jeanne-Claude (1935- )
    • Photograph of the pouring of two hundred tons of concrete for a main anchor
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    • Valley Curtain, Ballooning

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- ); de Guillebon, Jeanne-Claude (1935- )
    • Black and white photograph of the Valley Curtain ballooning out in the wind near the west slope during premature unfurling while only half way up, October 10
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    • Vallery Curtain, Unfurled

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- ); de Guillebon, Jeanne-Claude (1935- )
    • Photograph of the Valley Curtain as seen from the back of two motorcycles
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    • Valley Curtain, Unfurled

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- ); de Guillebon, Jeanne-Claude (1935- )
    • Photograph of the Valley Curtain unfurled, August 10, 11 AM through August 11, 3 PM
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    • Valley Curtain: Fabric

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- ); de Guillebon, Jeanne-Claude (1935- )
    • Photographic detail of 840 Denier Nylon Polyamide yarn wpven 22 x 22 yarns per inch and dyed international orange.
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    • Valley Curtain, Detail

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- ); de Guillebon, Jeanne-Claude (1935- )
    • Photograph of the Valley Curtain billowing in the wind after premature unfurling the evening of October 9
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    • Valley Curtain, Detail

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- ); de Guillebon, Jeanne-Claude (1935- )
    • Photograph taken after premature unfurling for half its length, while half way up on the evening of October 9 in 8 MPH wind
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    • Valley Curtain, Cables

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- ); de Guillebon, Jeanne-Claude (1935- )
    • Photograph of 42' of prestressed high strength steel rods being installed in the east main anchor
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    • Valley Curtain, Unfurling

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- ); de Guillebon, Jeanne-Claude (1935- )
    • 12 scene photograph of the orange curtain being unfurled
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    • Valley Curtain, Anchors

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- ); de Guillebon, Jeanne-Claude (1935- )
    • Photograph of the drilling of the 56 holes off the east and west main anchors
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    • Valley Curtain, Cables

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- ); de Guillebon, Jeanne-Claude (1935- )
    • Photograph, detail, of the four main cables being fitted to a main anchor
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    • Coquelicot; Poppy Petals, France

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Poppy petals wrapped around a hand which is photographed with green grass in the background
    • Poppy petals
    • The Point Neuf, Paris

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- );
    • Woven synthetic fabric and rope wrapped around the Pont Neuf; night view
    • Fabric; Rope;
    • Atomic

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    • Uranium Atoms Magnified 15,000 Times by Albert Crew and Michael Isacson at the University of Chicago
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    • Packed Coast

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- );
    • Little Bay, Australia; draping the Nothern end
    • Packing material
    • Packed Coast

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- );
    • Little Bay, Australia; view from the south side of the gully; the coast is entirely wapped in white cloth
    • Packing material
    • Living Water Garden

    • Damon, Betsy (1949- )
    • Tea house and fish-shaped settling pond filters water pumped from the polluted Funan River
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    • Spiral Jetty

    • Smithson, Robert
    • 6000 tons of basalt blocks and riparian rubble hauled in 292 truck loads. Formed into a spiral extending into the Great Salt Lake.
    • Basalt Blocks; Riparian Rubble
    • Spiral Jetty

    • Smithson, Robert
    • 6000 tons of basalt blocks and riparian rubble hauled in 292 truck loads. Formed into a spiral extending into the Great Salt Lake.
    • Basalt Blocks; Riparian Rubble
    • Spiral Jetty

    • Smithson, Robert
    • 6000 tons of basalt blocks and riparian rubble hauled in 292 truck loads. Formed into a spiral extending into the Great Salt Lake.
    • Basalt Blocks; Riparian Rubble
    • Spiral Jetty

    • Smithson, Robert
    • 6000 tons of basalt blocks and riparian rubble hauled in 292 truck loads. Formed into a spiral extending into the Great Salt Lake.
    • Basalt Blocks; Riparian Rubble
    • Snowball

    • Pettway, Lucy T. (1921-)
    • Quilt; red and tan circles
    • Cotton, corduroy, cotton sacking material

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