Holt/Smithson Foundation partner with a number of organizations that are committed to developing the creative legacies of Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson, continuing the transformation they brought to the world of art and ideas.

Marian Goodman Gallery

Holt/Smithson Foundation is proud to partner with Marian Goodman Gallery to represent Robert Smithson. The partnership between Holt/Smithson Foundation and Marian Goodman Gallery marks a return. In 1965 Marian Goodman was a founder of Multiples, Inc., a landmark project publishing prints, multiples, and books by leading American artists—including Robert Smithson. To celebrate this new partnership a solo exhibition of Smithson’s works launches at Marian Goodman Gallery, London on May 5, 2020, remaining on view through June 27, 2020. Read more about this partnership here.


Holt/Smithson Foundation is delighted to partner with Parafin, London to represent Nancy Holt. The partnership between Holt/Smithson Foundation and Parafin marks the continuation of a long-standing relationship. In 2012 Parafin Director Ben Tufnell curated the first exhibition of Holt’s photoworks at Haunch of Venison in London. In 2015 Parafin presented the first exhibition to focus on Holt’s important Locator works, a project initiated in collaboration with the artist. Read more about this partnership here.

Artists Rights Society

Artists Rights Society handle all image rights and reproduction of images of work by Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson.

Electronic Arts Intermix

Electronic Arts Intermix handle the distribution and screening rights for selected films by Holt and Smithson.  

Video Data Bank

Video Data Bank handle the distribution and screening rights for selected films by Holt and Smithson

Dia Art Foundation

Holt/Smithson Foundation partner with Dia Art Foundation on publications, exhibitions, and special programs.

Land Art Contemporary

Holt Smithson Foundation parter with Land Art Contemporary, based in Dalen, Netherlands, to provide site visits and educational programming on Robert Smithson's Broken Circle/Spiral Hill (1971).  To learn more about 2020 Open Days at Broken Circle/Spiral Hill, please visit this page.