Ask Curators about James Turrell

James Turrell in front of Roden Crater at sunset, October 2001. Photo © Florian Holzherr

The Guggenheim joins the Google Art Project’s new series of art talks with the Turrell Trifecta. On Friday, July 9, at 3 pm EDT, curators from this summer’s three concurrent James Turrell exhibitions will respond to crowd-sourced questions about the artist, his work, and their exhibitions. The live video discussion will feature Nat Trotman, Associate Curator, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; Alison de Lima Greene, Curator of Contemporary Art and Special Projects, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; and Christine Y. Kim, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art. New York Times Magazine contributing writer Wil Hylton will moderate the talk.

Submit your question about James Turrell by Thursday, June 20, via the Turrell Trifecta submission form.

RSVP to the live talk on the Google Art Project Google+ page.

Follow #ArtTalks and the Guggenheim Google+ page for updates.

James Turrell in front of Roden Crater at sunset, October 2001. Photo © Florian Holzherr

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