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This new solo show of the groundbreaking American artist James Turrell expands from his early work in the 60s to pieces created just last year. ‘Prado, Red’ (1968), a famous projection installation and part of his first iconic series ‘Projection Pieces,’ is exhibited alongside ‘Light Reflection’ pieces created in 2012, which capture light in three dimensions and were made by the artist in Arizona. You will also discover models and draft designs for the monumental piece of land art the Roden Crater, as well as etchings of different phases of the moon. PS: Turrell also has two installations ‘Cherry’ and ‘Awakening’ included in the Dynamo show, currently showing at the Grand Palais,
Until 27 July. 11am-7pm. Closed Mon.
Almine Rech Gallery, 64 rue de Turenne, 3rd. www.alminerech.com/

Prado, Red, 1968, Light Projection Installation

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