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Maya Lin’s landscapes, big and small


Artist Maya Lin is exhibiting both architectural sculptures and environmental installations this fall in and around New York City.  Among the sculptures on view at Salon 94 are number of “asteroids” constructed from children’s toys, bottle caps and other recycled materials, as well as topographical formations carved from atlases and phone books.  The small scale works are a departure from her larger reflections on landscape, which are also currently on view at Pace Wildenstien and the Storm King Art Center.  


October 9, 2009 - Posted by | FKP | , ,

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  1. […] 94, architect and artist Maya Lin, known best for large scale earthworks and monumental memorials, shares some of her small-scale work, eight asteroid-like, spherical “sculptures made from discarded children’s toys and […]

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