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Elliptic Ecliptic A, 1999

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James Turrell

Elliptic Ecliptic A, 1999


30(w) x 40(h) cm
12.01(w) x 15.94(h) inches
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James Turrell Biography

James Turrell's work explores light and space by cutting holes and building rooms within the infrastructure of galleries and museums. He takes everything that is artificial about the experience of looking at art - enclosed rooms, artificial light, recirculated air, lack of physical touch - and makes it real again. His work seeks to prompt a sense of self-awareness through the environments and spaces he’s created.

Now considered a key figure in Light Art, Turrell has received a number of prestigious awards such as Guggenheim and MacArthur Fellowships, and has exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions around the world. He has exhibited at Gagosian Gallery, in London, MoMA PS1, in New York, the Museum für Moderne Kunst, in Frankfurt and the Venice Biennale amongst many more.

Born in Los Angeles in 1943, Turrell studied psychology and mathematics before receiving an MFA in art from the Claremont Graduate School in California in 1966. He currently lives and works in Flagstaff, Arizona where he is working on his latest project, transforming a volcanic crater into a naked-eye observatory.
 
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For over half a century, American artist James Turrell has explored light as his principal medium and object, creating immersive environments that are aimed at literally ‘enlightening’ viewers to the changes in the illuminated landscape around them, as well as their own observations of it.
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