If you’re headed west, the first Skyspace in Colorado is opening this summer, as part of the 2021 Green Box Arts Festival, in the town of Green Mountain Falls. The Festival runs from June 21 – July 11. More information about the Skyspace here: https://greenboxarts.org/public-art1/skyspace/
A non-Skyspace Turrell installation opened this spring at Superblue, a new experiential art center in Miami. The piece is what Turrell calls a “Ganzfeld, a German word that denotes the loss of spatial perception that occurs in a featureless, uniform visual field, such as a fog whiteout” — from New York Times article: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/18/arts/design/superblue-miami-immersive-art.html?searchResultPosition=8)
You might have to wait a little longer to see the completed Roden Crater, which Turrell has been working on since 1974, but you can read a really great article about it, and Turrell, in the May 2021 issue of the Smithsonian Magazine: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/james-turrell-visionary-artwork-arizona-desert-180977452/
It’s time for a road trip to the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) to see C.A.V.U., billed as “James Turrell’s largest free-standing circular Skyspace.” While you’re there, you can see nine other Turrell works as part of MASS MoCA’s Into the Light exhibition, which will be around at least through 2025. All the …
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