Richard Serra at MoMA

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Jeffrey Collins

Posted Nov 24th 2008 02:10

Always love hearing Serra speak about art. I love the immensity of his works.

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Posted: 08/12/07
Duration: 13:30
Producer: NewArtTV
Views: 23046

The show brought together dozens of Serra's rubber, steel and lead sculptures from the late 1960s together with some of his latest and biggest sculptures.

These new pieces, especially commissioned by MoMA, are pharaonic in size, scale, ambition, and sheer tonnage. Two works from the 90's, in MoMA's permanent collection, have been installed in the Garden, while three new multi-hundred-ton labyrinths of steel, draped in magnificent mantles of rust, occupy MoMA’s contemporary gallery, which was built specifically to bear the enormous weight. In this NewArtTV interview the artist talks about continuity and change in his work, and what it might all mean to you.

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