If your traveling to Las Vegas you should make a stop at the city's south Interstate 15 and take a look at the amazing work by swiss artist Ugo Rondinone. The work comprises of seven monumental totems of solid rock in fluorescent colours which took the artist about five years to brig them to life.
The stone configurations would be in display at the desert of Nevada for two years and would be one of the most viewed art installations in the history of the land art, due to the active Interstate - is expected that approximately 16 million vehicles would pass by work during the two years period - according to the co-founders of the non-profit Art Production Found, Doreen Remen and Yvonne Force Villareal. The institution alongside with the Nevada Museum of Art co-produced the piece, which is also backed with big sponsors, such as Banana Republic and Aria Cassino and Resort.
‘seven magic mountains elicits continuities and solidarities between human and nature, artificial and natural, then and now,’ Rondinone describes.