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Richard Serra
Master of the tectonic nature of sculpture
Susan Cross + Tracey Bashkoff, December 31, 2007
Richard Serra_Sculpture: Forty Years
_New York_USA
Richard Serra_Sculpture: Forty Years
_New York_USA
 
The layout of works in the gallery, progressing from simple to complex forms, create passages of space that are distinctly different - narrow and wide, compressed and elongated, tight and open, modest and towering - and always unanticipated. There is also the progression of time. There is the chronological time it takes to walk through and view The Matter of Time , between the beginning and end of the visit. And there is the experential time, the fragments of visual and physical memory that linger and recombine and replay. For the artist, the summation of the work is not solely in how it represents his oeuvre, but how it might color experience and engender change:

Richard Serra_Sculpture: Forty Years
_New York_USA
Richard Serra_Sculpture: Forty Years
_New York_USA
 
Richard Serra_Sculpture: Forty Years
_New York_USA
Richard Serra_Sculpture: Forty Years
_New York_USA
 
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