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  • Exploring the West's land sculptures -- made by artists and industry

    Exploring the West's land sculptures -- made by artists and industry

    A land-art-inspired ramble takes the writer from Michael Heizer's Double Negative, to Robert Smithson's underwater Spiral Jetty, with detours to places including the Bingham Canyon copper mine.

  • Urban oilscape

    Urban oilscape

    Photos at the Center for Land Use Interpretation document Los Angeles's urban oil fields.

  • Prowling the back spaces of the West

    Inside an abandoned Air Force base on the Nevada-Utah border, the Center for Land Use Interpretation houses a remarkable museum of the West's human landscapes.

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