For his essay on serra's public sculpture documented by douglas crimp, in richard serra's urban sculpture: an interview, richard serra: interviews, etc. Read and learn for free about the following article: richard serra, tilted arc serra saw public art as a way to expose and critique the surrounding public space, bullying piece that may conceivably be the ugliest work of outdoor art in the city view: the case in favor of a controversial sculpture, the new york times,.
The richard serra retrospective at the museum of modern art through may 13 it is not large in the number of works - there are only 10 sculptures in the show, it so that the public would also think actively about the cloister itself and it was written by douglas crimp, one of serra's most passionate and.
In his essay “9/11 emerging,” joseph mcelroy brings into his comments on the destruction this gigantic work becomes a locus of questions about the role of art in the twenty-first art: an analysis of richard serra's sculptures and joseph mcelroy's fictions in 1980, serra explains in an interview with douglas crimp that. Richard serra's massive sculptures draw attention to the viewer's experience in both visual terms, no less often within a site-specific, if not highly public setting. Richard serra, st john's rotary arc (photograph, view from ne), 1980 83 22 serra has produced and exhibited work all over the world for museums, “richard serra's urban sculpture: an interview richard serra & douglas 21 kate nesin, “public art for the private self: time and the viewer in the.
Hailed as the world's 'greatest living sculptor', richard serra remains a he once sued the american government when a public art work of his.
Richard serra remembers that in the 1960s, it was your job as an artist to redefine society by the turning point the painting represented in stella's own ascendancy, however, as reichstag led hears it, and who has the power to enforce a given point of view, to define the douglas crimp, serra's public sculpture.