Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Richard Serra (born November 2, 1938) is an American artist known for his large-scale sculptures made for site-specific landscape, urban, and architectural settings. Serra's sculptures are notable for their material quality and exploration of the relationship between the viewer, the work, and the site. Since the mid-1960s, Serra has worked to radicalize and extend the definition of sculpture beginning with his early experiments with rubber, neon, and lead, to his large-scale steel works.
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Getty record
Introduction
American sculptor.
Nationality
American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Painter, Sculptor, Video Artist
Name
Richard Serra
Ulan
500029327
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Works

64 works online

Exhibitions

Publications

  • Richard Serra Sculpture: Forty Years Exhibition catalogue, Hardcover, 420 pages
  • Richard Serra/Sculpture Exhibition catalogue, Paperback, pages
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