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A still from Steinkamp's video "Eon" depicting a blue and orange swirling mass

Landmarks received a national CODAaward for its commission, Eon, by Los Angeles-based artist Jennifer Steinkamp. The award marks Landmarks’ fifth recognition from CODAworx. 

23 August 2021
"Hook Em" UT's Longhorn Mascot, holds up a "hook em" gesture in front of Mark di Suvero's "Clock Knot" a large red metal sculpture that seems to meet in a mass in the upper right corner of the image

Landmarks welcomes new and returning Longhorns to the Forty Acres!

An image of Simone Leigh's "Sentinel IV" in the Anna Hiss Gymnasium Courtyard.

Recently, Landmarks sat down with Claire Eddleman-Heath, a designer with Asakura Robinson, to discuss the landscape architecture of the newly renovated Anna Hiss Gymnasium courtyard, home to Simone Leigh’s Sentinel IV. Our discussion covered the process behind designing the courtyard space, the influence of Leigh’s sculpture on the design, and the sustainability of the landscaping selected.

A still from Kawita Vatanajyankur's "Tools (video series); Two figures are seen in this still. One person reading a piece of paper supports another person like a vacuum. The room is pink with wallpaper in the center with a window.

This fall marks the twelfth season of Landmarks Video, a curated program of highly regarded and influential video art from the past six decades. Read more about the upcoming season here. 

A close up of Sentinel IV with the work seen from the waist up against the background of the monumental stair which surrounds the sculpture.

On Thursday, July 15, Landmarks unveiled its newest acquisition, Sentinel IV by artist Simone Leigh. The bronze sculpture is located in the courtyard of the Anna Hiss Gymnasium, a building that once served as the women’s gym at the center of the university’s Women’s Campus. Its courtyard anchors the sculpture in a welcoming garden that serves as a gathering space which invites reflection and engagement. 

Caitlin Jones, a white woman with blonde hair smiles at the camera and holds up a "hook em" gesture

Landmarks welcomes Caitlin Jones as its summer communications intern. We recently sat down with Caitlin to learn more about her interests in the arts and beyond. Check out the Q&A here.