“Site-specific works of art in the landscape rank among the most organic and historically significant representations of our cultural identity, and are often the most threatened.”

TCLF is now accepting nominations for Landslide® 2014: Art and the Landscape.

This year’s theme will focus on a broad range of sites from ancient petroglyphs and Robert Smithson’s Spiral Jetty, to Herbert Bayer’s sculpted earthworks, the Modernist installations of Athena Tacha, and site-specific art installations found in remote locales and urban centers – all are distinct expressions of cultural identity and many are endangered by development, neglect, vandalism, industrial operations and other threats. TCLF’s annual compendium will bring attention to these sites in an effort to raise their visibility and promote informed stewardship. Landslide 2014 is made possible by presenting sponsor The Davey Tree Expert Company, educational partner The American Society of Landscape Architects, and media partner, Landscape Architecture magazine.

The deadline for nominations is April 1, 2014. Submissions can be made online or emailed to Amanda Shull at A word version of the nomination form can be found here.

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