We last wrote about Seattle’s Turrell Skyspace in 2019, and we’re re-upping that writing today for two reasons. First: in honor of today’s weather, which kisses 70 degrees. Second: to raise attention about a 35-minute tour happening at The Henry on Friday centered around this piece. Here’s a view of the ceiling from the bench where you sit. The blue oval is sky. Courtesy The Henry and Lara Swimmer
Seattle has a James Turrell Skyspace, a chamber with an aperture in the ceiling that views the sky. The installation is at Henry Art Gallery, connected to the rest of the museum by a small footbridge.
It is called Light Reign
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