Everything You Need to Know About James Turrell's Light Art Installations Through His Greatest Works

Unseen Blue, 2002

Turrell has been creating what he calls "Skyspace" pieces since 1975, starting in Villa Panza, Italy in 1975. These works use interior lighting calculated for the atmosphere to create the illusion that the sky is on the same plane as the ceiling. This work, at the Mattress Factory Museum in Pittsburgh, is the world's largest.

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