James Turrell  

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"Over thirty years later, James Turrell turned to mathematics to describe the conceptual structure of art." --Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art: A Sourcebook of Artists' Writings

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James Turrell (born May 6, 1943) is an American artist primarily concerned with light and space. Turrell was a MacArthur Fellow in 1984. He is represented by The Pace Gallery in New York. Turrell is best known for his work in progress, Roden Crater, located outside Flagstaff, Arizona, where he is turning a natural cinder volcanic crater into a massive naked-eye observatory.



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