Carolyn J. Russo captured the beauty of airport towers across the globe in her book ‘Art of the Airport Tower’ and a striking Smithsonian Museum exhibition.
Art is a useful addition to airports so long as the exhibits do not require a substantial diversion of operating revenues.
The San Diego Airport Authority decided to spend airport funds on an artwork collection for Lindbergh Field. The decisions on how to decorate a public facility ordinarily are the exclusive domain of such an authority, but there are limitations on such discretion.
An independent view of our industry’s art and history provide a good pause from our daily routines and enriches our lives.
Two surprising examples of the crossover between aviation and art.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport unveiled a new art exhibit featuring the work of 2nd grade students from Two Rivers Public Charter School.
Flight draws beauty and inspires artists. Here are 3 examples of intersection between our profession and the expressive craft.