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Richard Tuttle

Private Listing , 1999

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About the artist

Richard Tuttle

Richard Tuttle, born 1941, is an American post minimalist artist known for his understated explorations of scale and line. His oeuvre spans sculpture, painting, drawing, printmaking, artist’s books, installation, and furniture. Working across media, Tuttle creates small-scale works out of everyday materials such as plywood, string, bubble wrap and cloth. Despite their handmade and sometimes haphazard quality, his works are carefully considered compositions that explore the relationship between colour, material and form. In terms of their display, Tuttle plays with gallery space by positioning his objects in unusual places, forcing the viewer to consider their relationship with the space around them. In winter 2021, Tuttle has an exhibition titled “What is the Object?” on view at Bard Graduate Center Gallery. The show explores the meaning of objects for the artis, and is an exploration for viewers into Tuttle’s process of meaning-making in his art.

Tuttle has been the subject of countless solo exhibitions around the world, including his inclusion in multiple Venice Biennale, Whitney Biennial exhibitions, and a major retrospective at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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