Robert Smithson


Remembering Richard Serra, the American sculptor whose monumental works conjure a sense of wonder in the world

"The acerbic and sometimes misanthropic troublemaker who was such a generous champion of younger artists and critics"

Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson foundation launches ambitious ten-year initiative to wrestle with the artists’ legacies

The Holt/Smithson Foundation’s annual lecture series, kicking off at the Whitney Museum in November, aims to “ask difficult questions” about the artists’ Land Art creations

An expert's guide to Land Art: five must-read books on art and the environment

Books that make connections between art and the current climate crisis, chosen by the curator and author Ben Tufnell

Fantasy island: Holt/Smithson Foundation invites artists to create a new work for coastal Maine islet

Five artists have been asked to spend the next three years imagining what they could do with an uninhabited site

Lost artfeature

Lost art: to save, or not to save, when works are in peril

From Smithson’s Spiral Jetty to a mordant Trump nutcracker figure

What's on in New York: Serra’s solemnity and size at Gagosian

Posthumous popularity at Max Protetch, last works at Matthew Marks mapping at James Cohan, psychedelic audio-visual art at Feigen effective excellence at Zwirner, and homage at Universal Concepts