|Publisher:||Baltimore Museum of Art; First Edition edition (February 1, 1994)|
|Category:||Photo and Art|
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1994 The Baltimore Museum of Art, 'Inner Geography', Baltimore MD (Travelling Exhibition) DePont Foundation for Contemporary Art, 'Roni Horn', Tilburg, Netherlands List Visual Arts Center, MIT, 'Inner Geography', Cambridge MA (Travelling Exhibition) Matthew Marks Gallery, New York NY Texas Gallery, Houston TX Yale University Art Gallery, 'Inner Geography', New Haven CT (Travelling Exhibition).
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Blue Chip Representation. In Becoming a Landscape (1999-2001) and Still Water (The River Thames, for Example) (1999), she presents a series of photographs of the Icelandic landscape and of the Thames, respectively, that convey their state of unending change.
Roni Horn (born September 25, 1955) is an American visual artist and writer. The granddaughter of Eastern European immigrants, she was born in New York, where she lives and works. Roni Horn in Conversation. In light of her current exhibition at Tate Modern, Roni Horn discusses her practise with curator and Art Angel co-directo. eatures. Diagrams of thought: Roni Horn. The artist has said: 'If you were to ask me what I do, I would say that I draw . aces that speak volumes: Roni Horn. Horn received an MFA in sculpture from Yale University. Since 1975 Horn has travelled often to Iceland, whose landscape and isolation have strongly influenced her practice. Horn has been intimately involved with the singular geography, geology, climate and culture of Iceland. She first travel to Iceland in the 1970s.
Since the late 1970s, Roni Horn has produced drawings, photography . Roni Horn (b. 1955, New York) lives and works in New York and Reykjavik, Iceland.
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Born in 1955 in New York, Roni Horn grew up in the city and its suburbs. In 1990 Horn began to develop an ongoing series of artist’s books named To Place, which explore her relationship to Iceland. Her father was a pawnbroker in Harlem. She studied at the Rhode Island School of Design before earning an MFA from Yale University in 1978. Her first solo exhibition (outside the university) was held in 1980 at the Kunstraum München. By the end of 2001, she had produced eight volumes, along with additional, unrelated artist’s books.
Roni Horn: Inner Geography. ShowingOctober 10, 1994 - December 18, 1994. Expanding upon the ideas of site-specificity, Horn sees her work as site dependent, allowing the exhibition space to play an active role in the viewing experience. This physical experience works conjointly with themes of natural location in the artwork. As she explores in her travels in Iceland and elsewhere in the natural world, Horn’s work describes a reflective relationship between human kind and nature that is constantly being remade. Location: MIT List Visual Arts Center 20 Ames Street, Bldg.