maya lin at the de young museum, san francisco
maya lin at the de young museum, san francisco maya lin at the de young museum, san francisco
jan 08, 2009

maya lin at the de young museum, san francisco

maya lin ‘systematic landscapes’

at: de young museum, san francisco, USA
from: now – january 18, 2009

systematic landscapes is a major exhibition of new sculptures, drawings, and installations by artist maya lin.
in recent years, lin has focused on a reconsideration of landscape in a time of ecological tension and change.
this body of work engages the issue of our fragile connection to the environment in timely and poetic ways.

‘waterline’ 2006

‘2×4 landscape’ 2006

‘2×4 landscape’ 2006

‘blue lake pass’ 2006

‘pin river’ 2006

piece from the ‘bodies of water’ series, 2006

piece from the ‘bodies of water’ series, 2006

the exhibition’s website features a lengthy video of lin explaining the pieces from ‘systematic landscapes’ along with tons of behind the scenes photos.


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