Holt audio works in "Sound as Sculpture" at The Warehouse Dallas
2022 Research Fellowship Applications Now Open
We are calling for applications to our 2022 Research Fellowships. This program encourages new research on the work, ideas, and creative legacies of Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson. Our second Fellowship season focuses on two topics: Earthwork Ethics and Local Narratives, with each Fellowship based around a specific research project.
"Light and Language" Catalogue Now Available
We are delighted to announce the publication of the Light and Language catalogue, which is produced by Lismore Castle Arts in association with the 2021 exhibition Light and Language at Lismore Castle Arts. The exhibition centered the work of late artist Nancy Holt, alongside works by contemporary artists A.K.
Upcoming Exhibition: Nancy Holt "Mirrors of Light" at Sprüth Magers, Berlin
Holt/Smithson Foundation, Monika Sprüth, and Philomene Magers are delighted to announce Nancy Holt’s (1938– 2014) first solo exhibition at the Berlin gallery. Mirrors of Light presents the room-scale installation with the same title, a work from 1973/74 that is crucial to understanding Holt’s notion of perceptual experience. Holt’s practice navigates the complexities of light as artistic medium, physical reality, and aesthetic concept. It is an architectonic structure that channels projected light into a complex spatial experience.
The Island Project: Point of Departure featured in T Magazine
Robert Smithson and Lawrence Weiner at ADAA The Art Show New York
Previously Unpublished Nancy Holt Interview with Builders of Amarillo Ramp Now Available
In 1973 Nancy Holt conducted interviews with two individuals that helped to create Robert Smithson's Amarillo Ramp in Amarillo, Texas. We are delighted to make this previously unpublished tape available for the first time.
"Nancy Holt: Trail Markers" at Frieze Masters with Parafin
Early photographic works from the late 1960s by Nancy Holt are currently on view at Frieze Masters in a presentation by Parafin, London. These works will be on view at The Regent's Park, London from 13 – 17 October, 2021.