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Land art (Earth art; Earthworks) 

The Oxford Dictionary of Art and Artists

Ian Chilvers

Terms applied to a type of art that uses as its raw materials earth, rocks, soil, and so on. The terms are not usually clearly differentiated, although ‘Earthworks’ generally refers to very large constructions. Land art emerged as a movement in the late 1960s and has links with several other movements that flourished at that time: ... ...

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