Land art is a trend of contemporary art using the framework and materials of nature. Most often, the works are outdoors, exposed to the elements and subjected to natural erosion; thus, some works have disappeared and only their photographic memory and videos remain. The first works were made in the desert landscapes of the American West in the late 1960s.
This retrospective at the Palais de Tokyo looks back at the greatest works of Land art. An exhibition announced with a magnificent visual of Jean Vérame.