b. 1943, USA

James Turrell Ocula Magazine

Almine Rech-Picasso Goes Global Ocula Conversation Almine Rech-Picasso Goes Global By Sam Gaskin, Shanghai

Almine Rech-Picasso, who opened her first gallery in Paris in 1989, discusses the launch of Almine Rech Gallery in Shanghai, her first space in Asia, and the opportunities and risks that come with expanding to Mainland China.

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Nicole Durling Ocula Conversation Nicole Durling By Anna Dickie, Hobart

We want to allow artists the space to take risks and explore. That's my job as a curator: to be mindful of that, to remove the anxieties around exploring something new, and to create a supportive environment around an artist that allows them to take those leaps.

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James Turrell Skyspace Opens at Mexico’s Tec de Monterrey University Ocula News James Turrell Skyspace Opens at Mexico’s Tec de Monterrey University Monterrey, 4 March 2022

The eye-shaped observatory is Turrell's third Skyspace in Mexico.

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Greg Ito Makes Space to Grow Ocula Insight Greg Ito Makes Space to Grow By Stephanie Bailey, Los Angeles

Greg Ito's speculative scenographies, the latest of which will be shown at ICA San Diego, offer gestures for healing.

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OMR to Open Cultural Centre in Mexico City’s Chapultepec Forest Ocula News OMR to Open Cultural Centre in Mexico City’s Chapultepec Forest Mexico City, 22 December 2021

The 4,000 square metre space is an iconic lakeside restaurant that has been radically revamped.

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The Magnificent Seven Art Sites: Yorkshire Sculpture Park Ocula Photolog The Magnificent Seven Art Sites: Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Part of a series focusing on the world's best art sites, this Photolog features images from Yorkshire Sculpture Park in England. Located in the 500-acre Bretton Hall estate, it was the first sculpture park in the U.K. and is the largest of its kind in Europe. Yorkshire Sculpture Park together with Benesse Art Site on Naoshima Island in Japan, are...

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The Magnificent Seven Art Sites: Benesse Naoshima Ocula Photolog The Magnificent Seven Art Sites: Benesse Naoshima

Part of a series focusing on the world's best art sites, this Photolog features images from Benesse Art Site on the small islands of Naoshima, Teshima and Inujima in Japan. It brings together contemporary art and architecture in resonance with the pristine nature of the Seto Inland Sea region. Throughout the islands, artworks are exhibited inside...

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Cai Guo-Qiang Invokes Mayans and Space Aliens at Museum of Art Pudong Ocula News Cai Guo-Qiang Invokes Mayans and Space Aliens at Museum of Art Pudong Shanghai, 24 June 2021

Cai's exhibition is one of three inaugurating the new 40,000-square-metre museum in Shanghai.

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Robert Nava's First Show at Pace is a Veritable Sharknado Ocula News Robert Nava's First Show at Pace is a Veritable Sharknado Palm Beach, 7 January 2021

The artist, who embraces 'bad' painting, joined the gallery in November 2020.

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Las Vegas Mansion with James Turrell Skyspace Listed for Sale Ocula News Las Vegas Mansion with James Turrell Skyspace Listed for Sale Las Vegas, 31 July 2020

The pyramid-shaped construction offers a singular view of the desert sky.

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The Magnificent Seven Art Sites: MONA, Tasmania Ocula Photolog The Magnificent Seven Art Sites: MONA, Tasmania

Part of a series focusing on the world's best art sites, this Photolog features images from MONA in Tasmania, Australia. Within its complex, MONA holds David Walsh's private collection of art and curio.

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How to Make a Sculpture Park that Doesn’t Suck Ocula Feature How to Make a Sculpture Park that Doesn’t Suck By Georges Armaos, London

Georges Armaos has a formula for creating art sites that succeed publicly, critically, and financially.

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Berlin, Boners and Brecht Ocula Feature Berlin, Boners and Brecht By Diana d'Arenberg, Berlin

It was a typical Berlin week of contrasts, of darkness and beauty, the sacred and the profane.

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