Artist James Turrell will open three shows in the next month, bringing his light works to viewers nation wide. The artist has major retrospectives scheduled to open at the Guggenheim, LACMA, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The ambitious series exhibitions has called for challenging constructions at the museums, recreating spaces from Turrell’s exacting specifications. “We have trained our dry-wallers that they are working with art, not drywall,” says Bradley Johnson, chief architect for the construction project at LACMA.
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