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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Carmen Giménez,Robert Polidori,Dick Reinartz,Richard Serra
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    3865211372
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    Steidl/Guggenheim Bilbao; 1st edition (August 15, 2005)
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    212 pages
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Richard Serra, renowned for his challenging and inventive work, is widely considered to be one of the greatest sculptors of the contemporary era. The Matter of Time documents Serra's recent commission by the Guggenheim.

Richard Serra, renowned for his challenging and inventive work, is widely considered to be one of the greatest sculptors of the contemporary era. The Matter of Time documents Serra's recent commission by the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao of seven monumental sculptures for the largest gallery of the museum. Together with Snake (1994-97).

Richard Serra, renowned for his challenging and inventive work, is. . "The Matter of Time" documents Serra's recent commission by the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao of seven monumental sculptures for the largest gallery of the museum. Other writings by Carmen Giménez and a chronology by Kate Nesin help contextualize Serra's work.

It incorporates a series of seven sculptures made of spot-welded sheets of steel that form 14-foot (. m)-high curling walls positioned around the existing sculpture, Snake (Serpiente), that had been commissioned for the museum's opening in 1997.

Synopsis: Richard Serra, renowned for his challenging and inventive work, is widely . Foster, Hal et al. RICHARD SERRA: The Matter of Time. Includes texts by the artist; 198 p. roughly 20 b&w illustrations.

Synopsis: Richard Serra, renowned for his challenging and inventive work, is widely considered to be one of the greatest sculptors of the contemporary era. About the Author: Richard Serra was born in San Francisco in 1939.

The Matter of Time" documents Serra's recent commission by the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao of seven monumental sculptures for the largest gallery of the museum.

The Matter of Time book. Richard Serra, Robert Polidori. Other writings by Carmen Gim�nez and a chronology by Kate Nesin help contextualize Serra's work.

by Richard Serra, Hans Janssen, Carmen GimEnez, Hal Foster, David Sylvester, Nicoholas Serrota, Rosalind Krauss. Published 2005 by Guggenheim, Steidl in Bilbao, Göttingen.

Richard Serra SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED The Matter of Time HC 1st Ed/1st Guggenheim Ar. Early Work by Richard Serra new hardcover book.

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Richard Serra, renowned for his challenging and inventive work, is widely considered to be one of the greatest sculptors of the contemporary era. The Matter of Time documents Serra's recent commission by the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao of seven monumental sculptures for the largest gallery of the museum. Together with "Snake" (1994-97), the work that Serra created for the museum's grand opening, the sculptures create a permanent, site-specific installation of a scale and ambition unrivaled in modern history. Through a revealing interview-essay by noted critic Hal Foster, and writings and statements by the artist about his recent series Torqued Ellipses and the present, unprecedented commission, the book discloses the last 25 years of this sculptor's oeuvre and the evolution of his sculptural vocabulary as it relates to this installation. Other writings by Carmen Giménez and a chronology by Kate Nesin help contextualize Serra's work.