Art Production Fund and Nevada Museum of Art present Seven Magic Mountains, a largescale, site specific public artwork by artist Ugo Rondinone. The installation will be on view through May 2018. Photograph by Gianfranco Gorgoni. Mediating between geological formations and abstract compositions, Rondinones Seven Magic Mountains consists of locallysourced limestone boulders stacked vertically in groups ranging between three and six. Each stone boasts a different fluorescent color; each individual totem stands between thirty and thirtyfive feet high. The artwork extends Rondinones longrunning interest in natural phenomena and their reformulation in art. Inspired by naturally occurring Hoodoos and balancing rock formations, the stacks also evoke the art of meditative rock balancing. The works appear poised between monumentality and collapse seeming to defy gravity in their teetering formations, but equally to depend on it. www.sevenmagicmountains.com
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