A first-hand look at how James Turrell creates his light installations, such as the ones currently on view in Los Angeles, New York, and...
Throughout his long career, artist James Turrell has explored light both as a medium and as a metaphor for personal introspection.
Light can assume many different personalities. Its mercurial properties enable it to be simultaneously utilitarian and abstract. And, on...
A closer look at the ideas behind the work.
Drawing from selections in its own permanent collection, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C. examines the role of...
Noted artist James Turrell is featured in an exhibition, Knowing Light, at the Henry Art Gallery on the campus of the University of...
Marlon Blackwell Architects and Renfro Design Group have designed a new home for the University of Arkansas Fay Jones School of Architecture that illuminates in more ways than one.
The luminous, three-dimensional installation connects via magnetic ends to serve functional and decorative purposes.
The legislation authorizes deductions for buildings and renovations completed in 2014.
Bold color and custom lighting solutions combine to create a vibrant new gathering place for students at the Lebanese American University in Beirut.
The 2015 Next Generation Luminaires Design Competition is now open. Written Intents to Submit for both the Indoor and Outdoor Competitions are due Dec. 31, 2014. Judging will occur in March 2015.
Architectural lighting needs its own equivalent of the American Institute of Architects’ Twenty-Five Year Award. Although the award doesn’t confer actual legal protection, it does convey a building’s cultural significance.
Francesca Bettridge of Cline Bettridge Bernstein Lighting Design reflects on her experiences in lighting design in this One-on-One interview.
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