No Trespassing: A Survey of Environmental Art

KCET Artbound | Season 9, Episode 6

Throughout its history, the natural beauty of California has inspired artists from around the world from 19th-century plein air painting of pastoral valleys and coasts to early 20th-century photography of the wilderness (embodied famously in the work of Ansel Adams) and the birth of the light and space movement in the 1960s. Today, as artists continue to engage with California’s environment, they echo and critique earlier art practices that represent nature in “The Golden State” in a particular way. Featuring Incendiary Traces creator Hillary Mushkin, Richard Misrach and Laura Aguilar.

More video highlights from KCET Artbound:

Report on San Clemente Island Draw-in

Drawing the 29 Palms Marine Base

PUBLICATIONS

Hillary Mushkin: Incendiary Traces

Published by Pomona College Museum of Art in conjunction with the 2017 exhibition "Project Series 51: Incendiary Traces," the catalogue is available through D.A.P. Artbook. Read an excerpt from the book, Suzy Newbury's essay "The Intimate Technology of Remote Vision."


EXHIBITIONS

Tunnel Below / Skyjacking Above: Deconstructing the Border, nGbK, Berlin, August 26 - October 1, 2017
PROJECT 51: Incendiary Traces, Pomona College Art Museum, Pomona, January 17 - May 14, 2017
Acciones Territoriales, Ex Teresa, Mexico City, November 5 - 19, 2014


PRESS

"No Trespassing: A Survey of Environmental Art," Artbound: Season 9, KCET TV, Los Angeles, 10 April, 2018
"Eine Grenze hat Tyrannenmach," Von Jochen Stöckmann, Deutschlandfunk Kultur, 26 August, 2017
"Active Duty: A New Exhibition Embeds Artists in Military Landscapes", Mimi Ziegler, Landscape Architecture, April 2017
"Tracing the Incendiary with Hillary Mushkin," L.A. Forum for Architecture and Urban Design, 20 February, 2017
"Artists Unite for 'Draw-in' Events, Draw Attention to Sites of Conflict," Liz Ohenesian, Artbound, KCET, 31 January, 2017
"America Deserta," Artbound: Season 5, KCET TV, Los Angeles, 2014