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wmud: “ maya lin - vietnam veterans memorial, washington dc, 2007 ”

wmud: “ maya lin - vietnam veterans memorial, washington dc, 2007 ”

Gilbert McCarragher - Photographer- John Pawson

Gilbert McCarragher - Photographer- John Pawson

Famous Artist Birthdays! Maya Lin is a celebrated American designer and sculptor, working with both site-specific and earthworks. Maya Lin is best-known as the designer of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C.  Vietnam War Memorial original design submission by Maya Lin  20th Century Masterworks available for purchase through Robin Rile Fine Art Contact info@robinrile.com

Famous Artist Birthdays! Maya Lin is a celebrated American designer and sculptor, working with both site-specific and earthworks. Maya Lin is best-known as the designer of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. Vietnam War Memorial original design submission by Maya Lin 20th Century Masterworks available for purchase through Robin Rile Fine Art Contact info@robinrile.com

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Project | Barozzi Veiga

Project | Barozzi Veiga

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Milenio Bench - Site Furniture - EXP Architects, Escofet/Landscape Forms

Milenio Bench - Site Furniture - EXP Architects, Escofet/Landscape Forms

Landscape Storytelling – Memorial to Victims of Violence

Landscape Storytelling – Memorial to Victims of Violence

Richard Long, 1988. "The idea of ephemerality was never my main interest, though. It's important to say that. Always my interest was to realise a particular idea. Obviously, some of my stone lines just disappear. They get overgrown or moved by sheep, or whatever. That's great. That's the natural way of the world. But the reason I made the work has really nothing to do with that. It is simply about making a line of stone in a particular place at a particular time."

Richard Long, 1988. "The idea of ephemerality was never my main interest, though. It's important to say that. Always my interest was to realise a particular idea. Obviously, some of my stone lines just disappear. They get overgrown or moved by sheep, or whatever. That's great. That's the natural way of the world. But the reason I made the work has really nothing to do with that. It is simply about making a line of stone in a particular place at a particular time."

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