|A collaborative exploration of land-based art in New Mexico|
Overland: Photographs by Victoria Sambunaris
Lannan Readings & Conversations
Rebecca Solnit is the author of twelve books, including
2007's Storming the Gates of Paradise: Landscapes for Politics, 2005's A Field Guide to Getting Lost, 2004's Hope
in the Dark: Untold Histories, Wild Possibilities, and 2003's River of Shadows: Eadweard Muybridge and the Technological Wild
West, which won a Guggenheim in its research phase and several
awards. An activist and a longtime San Franciscan, she writes about
landscape, cities and other geographies, the environment, politics and
visual culture. A contributing editor to Harper's, columnist
for Orion, and frequent contributor to Tomdispatch.com, she
is also a recipient of the Lannan Literary Award. Her next book is titled A Paradise Built in Hell: the Extraordinary Communities that Arise
in Disaster (Viking), to be released in time for the fourth anniversary
of Hurricane Katrina.
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image: Victoria Sambunaris, Untitled, 2004, (Potash mine- distant view, Wendover, Utah), c-print. Collection of Lannan Foundation
LAND/ART concluded November 2009. This site is in the process of being archived.
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