Land Art Mongolia, LAM 360°
Volume 12, Number 3, May/June 2013
by Marc Schmitz
In this case study, March Schmitz talks about the Land Art Biennial (LAM 360°) which was founded in 2006. The festival will take place every two years in different places and different regions of Mongolia. This is not only related to the high variety of landscapes, it also respects the nomadic tradition of Mongolia. The art works will remain permanently on site, and therefore consistently create permanent exhibits throughout the country.
Marc Schmitz, World Biennial Forum, Land Art Mongolia, LAM 360°, curating
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