Center for Art + Environment Blog

  • Tippet Rising

    May 8, 2018   |   By William L. Fox

    In mid-February I drove from Reno down through southern Nevada and Arizona to Tucson. In April I drove east to Salt Lake City and then north up through Wyoming and into Montana. I haven’t prowled around the West as much as I would have liked the last few years, so I was looking forward to... View Post

  • Excavating Carbon Sink: Meditations on Art Removal

    December 6, 2012   |   By Michaela Rife

    ‘Arguments,’ such as they are, given in support of the removal of public art in our time range from political to aesthetic to moral. In some cases, as in the April 2003 toppling of Sadam Hussein’s Baghdad statue, the removal is documented as a cause célèbres. In others, as in the recent removal of disgraced... View Post