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Five Best Things to Do in December

POCKET GUIDE: A cultural shortlist for the month, in order of buzz

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Nancy Holt shooting the film 'Sun Tunnels,' 1978

NANCY HOLT: SIGHTLINES

Because Holt’s primary medium is earth, most of her oeuvre doesn’t fit in museums. Get to know the pioneering artist when the Graham Foundation brings the outside in with a gallery-size retrospective of Holt’s films, books, photos, and archival materials.

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Through 12/17 Since the 1960s, Holt, a pioneering earthworks artist and occasional Robert Smithson collaborator, has created large-scale environmental sculptures from and about the American landscape. Although her work usually doesn’t fit in a museum, this retrospective uses Holt’s materials to bring a far-flung practice into sharper focus. Madlener House, 4 W Burton. grahamfoundation.org.

PLUS: Check out our Holiday Schlock-o-Meter, a printable guide of this year’s seasonal events, from cheesy to classy, naughty to nice »

 

Photography: Nancy Holt shooting the film Sun Tunnels, 1978. photo by Lee Deffebach

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