Chris Burden

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Performance, sculpture and installation artist based in Los Angeles, California

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In Pasadena at One Colorado Court, you’ll find a “small skycraper” created by artist Chris Burden with architects Taalman Koch.

A 'Quasi Legal Skyscraper' in Pasadena

In Pasadena at One Colorado Court, you’ll find a “small skycraper” created by artist Chris Burden with architects Taalman Koch.

from Design and Architecture

Urban Light, a grove of ornate, historic lampposts at the entrance to the  Los Angeles County Museum of Art , has become a much-loved landmark, and a gentle evocation of the…

Chris Burden's High-Speed Vision of LA's Future

Urban Light, a grove of ornate, historic lampposts at the entrance to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art , has become a much-loved landmark, and a gentle evocation of the…

from Design and Architecture

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