Among the Center’s significant archive collections are documents, sketches, and models related to artworks by Kim Abeles, Lita Albuquerque, Amy Francischini, Fritz Haeg, Walter De Maria, Helen and Newton Harrison, Michael Heizer, and Ugo Rondinone. Significant holdings from organizations and individuals include Burning Man, the Center for Land Use Interpretation, Cape Farewell, and the Land Arts of the American West. The Center is also home to the Great Basin Native Artists Archive and Directory.
The Research Library inside the Center for Art + Environment serves as an art history library as well as a unique research library focused on art and environment artists and projects. Volunteers and staff are available to assist you with books and other resources. Library holdings may be used in the library only.
To visit the Archive, please complete a Research Application.