radical nature: art and architecture for a changing planet 1969 2009
 
radical nature: art and architecture for a changing planet 1969 2009 radical nature: art and architecture for a changing planet 1969 2009
sep 28, 2009

radical nature: art and architecture for a changing planet 1969 2009

‘radical nature: art and architecture for a changing planet 1969-2009′ at the barbican art gallery, london ‘I am so sorry, goodbye’ by heather and ivan morrison at image © lyndon douglas

 

radical nature: art and architecture for a changing planet 1969-2009 barbican art gallery, london june 19, 2009 – october 18, 2009

 

 

 

london’s barbican art gallery is currently showing the exhibit ‘radical nature: art and architecture for a changing planet 1969-2009’. the show deals with subjects from the land art movement, environmental activism, experimental architecture and utopianism. the oveur shows variety in medium from sculptural installations to photography and architecture. they are unified by the central theme of artists and designers working with nature, integrating it directly or indirectly into their work. the exhibition includes work by pioneering and emerging artists such as joseph beuys, buckminster fuller, robert smithson, diller scofidio + renfro, philippe rahm architects and r&sie(n).

 

 

‘full farm’ by newton harrison and helen mayer harrison, 1972 at ‘radical nature: art and architecture for a changing planet 1969-2009’ at the barbican art gallery, london photo credit lyndon douglas

 

 

installation view ‘radical nature: art and architecture for a changing planet 1969-2009_ at the barbican art gallery, london photo credit lyndon douglas

 

 

installation view ‘radical nature: art and architecture for a changing planet 1969-2009_ at the barbican art gallery, london photo credit lyndon douglas

 

 

installation view ‘radical nature: art and architecture for a changing planet 1969-2009_ at the barbican art gallery, london photo credit lyndon douglas

 

 

installation view ‘radical nature: art and architecture for a changing planet 1969-2009_ at the barbican art gallery, london photo credit lyndon douglas

 

 

installation view ‘radical nature: art and architecture for a changing planet 1969-2009_ at the barbican art gallery, london photo credit lyndon douglas

 

 

installation view ‘radical nature: art and architecture for a changing planet 1969-2009_ at the barbican art gallery, london photo credit lyndon douglas

 

 

installation view ‘radical nature: art and architecture for a changing planet 1969-2009_ at the barbican art gallery, london photo credit lyndon douglas

 

  • A beautifully curated and important show.
    I hope it’ll travel elsewhere after the Barbican.
    Excellent work Francesco.

    Sebastian Craig says:

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