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Site-specific art/Environmental art

Pioneered in U.S., and international, mid-1960s

Site-specific or Environmental art refers to an artist's intervention in a specific locale, creating a work that is integrated with its surroundings and that explores its relationship to the topography of its locale, whether indoors or out, urban, desert, marine, or otherwise.

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James Turrell, Lunette, 1974
James Turrell, Skyspace I, 1974
James Turrell, Virga, 1974
James Turrell, Iltar, 1976
James Turrell, Crater Site Plan with Survey Net, 1986
James Turrell, Night Passage, 1987
Doug Wheeler, Untitled (Environmental Light), 1969–70
Doug Wheeler, SA MI DW SM 2 75, 1975