Andy Goldsworthy is an internationally acclaimed artist like no other. Goldsworthy‘s medium is the earth (terra firma). The artist has traveled the world creating art installations that are ingenious, sublime, and captivating. He has the ability to look at nature in a completely different way than most people. He has the knack to manipulate nature, in a sensitive, thoughtful and artistic way. Unlike many of his human counterparts, Goldsworthy pays homage to the earth, rather than disrupting it by exploiting it. To get an idea about what Goldsworthy is capable of, click here and you will be amazed.
On Wednesday, May 15, 2013, Andy Goldsworthy will be coming back to Buffalo to not only give a rare lecture, but to also complete two major works on the Albright-Knox’s grounds.
Lecture: Andy Goldsworthy
Wednesday, May 15, 2013, 7:30 pm
General Admission $20 / Students and Seniors $15 / Albright-Knox Members $10
General Admission tickets are available through MuseumTix.com. Discounted tickets and Members’ tickets are available at the Albright-Knox’s Admissions Desk. Please call 716.270.8292 for further information.
Lead image: Path – created by Goldsworthy. When it rains, a design appears along this pathway on the south side of the Albright-Knox | Image courtesy Albright-Knox and Andy Goldsworthy