Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Land Arts of the American West

If anyone ever asks me what my "dream class" is to teach, I would have to reply with this. From the New York Times: "Called Land Arts of the American West, the classes take place in a pair of heavy-duty Ford vans or wherever the vans and the camping gear they carry end up stopping during a 7,000-mile, two-month drive that a handful of participants — mostly architecture graduate and undergraduate students, but also artists, art historians and students recruited from other disciplines — make throughout the West."

It also exists as a terrific book which I wrote about here in November 2009. Ever since the New York Times article was published last week, I've received several emails asking if I knew about it. I have to say that Bill Davenport's reference below tops them all:

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