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Michael Heizer

Fragment A, 2016

Granitic rock and weathering steel
113 1/4 × 172 1/2 × 83 1/2 in
287.7 × 438.2 × 212.1 cm
location
New York, Beverly Hills, San Francisco, London, Paris, Le Bourget, Rome, Geneva, Athens, Central, Hong Kong
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©Michael Heizer. Courtesy of the artist and Gagosian. Images by Fredrik Nelson.
Michael Heizer
American, b. 1944
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Known for sculptures and earthworks of monumental size, Michael Heizer helped induce a radical …

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Known for sculptures and earthworks of monumental size, Michael Heizer helped induce a radical shift in the way that we think about the placement, scale, and accessibility of artworks. In Double Negative (1969-70), a pair of twin trenches carved into opposing cliff faces in Nevada’s Moapa Valley, the two excavated …

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Michael Heizer, ‘Fragment A’, 2016, Gagosian
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About the work
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©Michael Heizer. Courtesy of the artist and Gagosian. Images by Fredrik Nelson.
Michael Heizer
American, b. 1944
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Known for sculptures and earthworks of monumental size, Michael Heizer helped induce a radical …

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Known for sculptures and earthworks of monumental size, Michael Heizer helped induce a radical shift in the way that we think about the placement, scale, and accessibility of artworks. In Double Negative (1969-70), a pair of twin trenches carved into opposing cliff faces in Nevada’s Moapa Valley, the two excavated …

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Michael Heizer

Fragment A, 2016

Granitic rock and weathering steel
113 1/4 × 172 1/2 × 83 1/2 in
287.7 × 438.2 × 212.1 cm
location
New York, Beverly Hills, San Francisco, London, Paris, Le Bourget, Rome, Geneva, Athens, Central, Hong Kong