Robert Adams | The Place We Live | Yale University Art Gallery - Chronology (2002)
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Robert Adams: The Place We Live

Begins carving representations of books; eventually there are fifteen throughout the house.

Publishes Alders and Bodhisattva.

Finalizes an agreement to archive a master set of photographs at the Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut.

Publishes No Small Journeys and Commercial Residential.

Works in support of Oregon Measure 34, which would have limited clearcutting in half of the acreage of two state-owned forests; the initiative is defeated.

The Adamses and others begin to commit countless hours to preventing the building of a nearby facility for unloading tankers carrying liquefied natural gas (LNG), an extraordinarily hazardous cargo.