Jeanne Dunning on Walter De Maria and Robert Smithson

Artists on Artists Lecture Series

December 5, 2002    add to my calendar

Dunning's newly commisioned Tom Thumb: Notes Towards A Case History is currently featured on Dia's website. Her one-person exhibitions include such venues as Feigen Contemporary, New York (2001), Malmö Konstmuseet (1999), and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.

Walter De Maria’s The New York Earth Room (1977) is an interior sculpture comprising 250 cubic yards of earth. On view since 1980, The New York Earth Room was commissioned and is maintained by Dia.

Robert Smithson created Partially Buried Woodshed on the Kent State campus in 1970. It remained in place until 1984. Smithson is represented in Dia’s collection by Spiral Jetty (1970).


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December 5, 2002
548 West 22nd Street
New York City

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