Posts Tagged “Spiral Jetty”

5 Questions: Tammy Fortin

06.05.2012  |  By
Filed under: Conversations

[Five questions to SFMOMA artists, staff, or guests ... although today I'm posting all seven questions with Tammy Fortin, because I couldn't bring myself to cut a single one. Tammy is a 9-to-5er at SFMOMA as the assistant to the curator of media arts, Rudolf Frieling. She is also a musician and writer. Tomorrow is also her last day at the museum. Miss you already, Tammy!]

 

Do you collect anything?

I collect a lot of things by accident. I’m a sentimental person. If you gave me a scrap of paper and you wrote a really nice note on it, I woul... More

One on One: Jill Dawsey on Vik Muniz’s “Spiral Jetty after Robert Smithson”

01.24.2011  |  By

Our “One on One” series features artists, writers, poets, curators, and others from around the country, responding to works in SFMOMA’s collection. You can follow the series here. Today our guest is Jill Dawsey, acting chief curator and curator of modern and contemporary art at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, and former SFMOMA assis... More

Desert Obsessions: Apsara DiQuinzio on Utah earthworks

11.02.2009  |  By
Filed under: Field Notes

[Assistant curator of painting + sculpture Apsara DiQuinzio, on the Utah desert, Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty, Nancy Holt's Sun Tunnels, and more. Part I is here.]

In August I went to Utah for the first time to continue my art-mediated obsession with desert landscapes. I traveled to a portion of The Great Basin—famous home to the Great Salt Lake,... More