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It is virtually impossible to construct a historical and chronological account of the relationship between art and nature, partly because of the diversity and changeability of the concepts involved. The sixties were the turning point in this interplay between art and nature. Disciplines such as environmentalism, landscape art, public art and site specific art brought nature closer to art so that it became an extension of nature. This fifth volume in the ‘Llibres de recerca’ collection includes essays by Richard Long, Robert Morris, Perejaume, Martí Perán, Glòria Picazo and Alessandra Ponte, among others.

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Publication date:
2000
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Other
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Pages:
322
Illustrations:
19
Editorial category:
Essay books
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Design by Toni Miserachs

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Cat.978-84-89771-93-2
Spa.978-84-89771-94-9
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