Architectural Digest Reviews Ballroom Marfa’s Quiet Earth

Thank you to Architectural Digest for reviewing Ballroom Marfa’s Quiet Earth for its AD Daily blog.

An excerpt:

Energy and water conservation are big concerns in Marfa, Texas, a small town that sits on the sweeping plains of the Chihuahuan Desert in the western part of the state. So it seems fitting that an exhibition organized by an arts nonprofit from the area would examine climate change…

The show is a study of quantities, in which pieces by renowned artists and architects reflect on the volume of our natural-resource consumption and, thus, our changing landscapes.

To see their highlights from the show and read the full review, visit Architectural Digest.


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