henry moore - two forms - 1934
Adriatics (A), 1973, Etching with aquatint, 32 9/16 x 22 1/4 inches
Adriatics (B), 1973, Etching with aquatint, 32 5/8 x 22 1/4 inches
Adriatics (C), 1973, Etching with aquatint, 32 1/2 x 22 3/16 inches
Adriatics (D), 1973, Etching with aquatint, 34 3/8 x 23 7/8 inches
Adriatics (E), 1973, Etching, 34 3/8 x 23 7/8 inches
Adriatics (F), 1973, Etching, 32 9/16 x 36 3/8
Adriatics (G), 1973, Etching, 32 5/8 x 36 inches
mylar balloons, helium, installation dimensions variable
Nuno Ribeiro Lopes | Volcano Interpretation Centre, 2003-08 Capelinhos
Graphite Piece, 1969 (2011)
Pacific Judson Murphy, 1978
Paintstick on Belgian linen
Two parts: 285 x 442 cm and 285 x 272 cm
In the heart of the mythical Elqui Valley in Pisco, surrounded by the Andes Mountains, 500km north of Santiago in central Chile, lies a magical place that allows for star-spangled dreams beneath the clear pure sky. Combining stargazing and specialized astronomic tours with night-time horseback riding, meditation and even tarot readings, Elqui Domos is a hotel quite like no other.
It was completed in 2005 to fulfil its owners’ desire to observe and enjoy the grandeur of the one of the world’s most star-filled skies. It is one of only seven astronomic hotels around the world and the only one in the Southern Hemisphere, offering breathtaking views of the magic skies draped over the Elqui Valley (the valley is renowned for its sharp, clear skies, as it happens to sit under one of the clearest atmospheres in the world). The lack of rain and pleasant weather all year round set the perfect conditions for astronomic tourism, where guests can gather to enjoy a unique chance to liaise with the stars.