The Man Outside: Or, the New Face(s) of Grassroots Environments

Cullum, Jerry
March 2003
Art Papers Magazine;Mar/Apr2003, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p28
This article explores the works of male environmental artists in the U.S. The author looks at the representation of the environment in their works. He indicates the implications of the works for the attitude of the artists. He cites the work of Robert Cheatham to demonstrate the components of environmental art. In addition, the author describes the practice of landscape architecture in the country.


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