Walter De Maria
Walter De Maria was born in Albany, California in 1935. His first interest was in music, and he then studied history and art at the University of California, Berkeley from 1953-59. He moved to New York City a year later and became involved in the music and Minimalism art scenes. His most famous work is "The Lightning Field", which consists of 400 stainless steel poles arranged in a grid in Catron County, New Mexico. He passed away in 2013, and his work is represented by the Gagosian Gallery.