This summer Robert Irwin has installed Double Blind at the Secession in Vienna. The "site-conditioned" work responds to the unique architectural features of the main gallery at the Secession. As with many of Irwin's installations, the piece engages with such themes as experience, illusion, and light. This is Irwin's first solo show in Vienna.
Irwin's installations are also on view this summer at Pace London. New work, including Who's Afraid of Red, Yellow, and Blue and Piccadilly are on view at Pace London's 6 Burlington Gardens location through August 17. For more information, visit the exhibition page.
The Whitney currently houses Irwin's Scrim Veil-Black Rectangle-Natural Light, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (1977), first exhibited there in 1977, through September 1. Please click here for more information.
Double Blind is on view until September 1. For more information about the exhibition, click here.