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October 29, 2014
Architizer

Art, architecture, and nature intersect in odd ways sometimes, and it is mostly in the particular genre of landscape art.

October 29, 2014
Landscape Architecture News

huffingtonpost.com - Andy Warhol tipped his hat to the wonders of natural design when he quipped, "Land really is the best art." From James Turrell to Christo and Jeanne-Claude to Maya Lin, artists have long incorporat...

October 29, 2014
Los Angeles Times

Three sites in California — the Watts Towers, Noah Purifoy's Outdoor Desert Museum in Joshua Tree and the "Bay Lights" installation on the Oakland-Bay Bridge — have been named to a list of 11 "at-risk" sites by The Cultural Landscape Foundation in Washington, D.C.

October 29, 2014
Los Angeles Magazine

The Watts Towers gained a bit of national recognition this week, but not for a happy reason: The outdoor sculpture composed of salvaged steel, seashells, tile, glass, wire mesh, and concrete by Simon Rodia was included on a list of 11 at-risks sites released by Washington D.C.’s Cultural Landscape Foundation.

October 29, 2014
The Dirt

Richmond, Virginia, is home to one of the most important historically African American communities: Jackson Ward.

October 29, 2014
Sustainable Cities Collective

Recently restored to much ado through a six-year process, Mellon Square in Pittsburgh was the first Modernist space in the nation built over a subterranean parking garage.

October 28, 2014
The Huffington Post

Andy Warhol tipped his hat to the wonders of natural design when he quipped, "Land really is the best art." From James Turrell to Christo and Jeanne-Claude to Maya Lin, artists have long incorporated bodies of water and earth into their sculptural imaginings, creating acres-wide installations that honor both aesthetic and the environment.

October 27, 2014
Art Media Agency

The Cultural Landscape Foundation announced its annual list of 11 American landscapes under threat or at-risk on 22 October 2014, under the name of “Landslide 2014: Art and the Landscape”.

October 27, 2014
The Dirt

Virginia is forever connected to England, as the state was founded by colonialists first sent over by King James I in early 1600s.

October 27, 2014
The Dirt

From Monroe Park, The Fan, a spatially-unique neighborhood, literally spreads out, with the spines of the unfolding fan taking the form of long avenues that stretch through Victorian-era residences, parks, and alleys.