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Palm Beach

James Turrell

Nov 9–Dec 5, 2020

Inaugurating our Palm Beach gallery, this presentation is dedicated to three unique aperture wall installations by California-based artist James Turrell, whose work draws attention to the presence of light and its transformation of our perception of space.

Exhibition Details

James Turrell
Nov 9 – Dec 5, 2020


The Royal Poinciana Plaza
340 Royal Poinciana Way
Suite M333
Palm Beach



Above: James Turrell, MORS-SOMNUS (07), Medium Diamond Glass, 2017, L.E.D. light, etched glass and shallow space, 54" × 54" (137.2 cm × 137.2 cm) © James Turrell

James Turrell

James Turrell has dedicated his practice to what he has deemed perceptual art, investigating the materiality of light. Influenced by the notion of pure feeling in pictorial art, Turrell’s earliest work focused on the dialectic between constructing light and painting with light, building on the sensorial experience of space, color, and perception. These interactions became the foundation for Turrell’s oeuvre. Since his earliest Projection Pieces (1966–69), his exploration has expanded through various series, including Skyspaces (1974–), Ganzfelds (1976–), and perhaps most notably, his Roden Crater Project (1977–) near Flagstaff, Arizona.

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Palm Beach — James Turrell, Nov 9–Dec 5, 2020