Richard Tuttle: It Seems Like It's Going To Be Intersections Exhibition Series The Phillips Collection September 13 – December 30, 2018 Prominent American artist Richard Tuttle (b.1941), best known for his subtle and enigmatic works, presents It Seems Like It's Going To Be, an elaborate installation spread throughout the second floor of the original Phillips House galleries that combines his 41-verse poem with 41 works that he created for each verse. By juxtaposing his poetry with visual objec
Mu.ZEE presents Richard Tuttle, Light and Color, the artist's first major museum exhibition in Belgium. The title of the exhibition refers to the influence of the 19th century Belgian painter James Ensor, whose unique use of light and color has been examined by Tuttle and has informed his body of work. Tuttle created 24 new works in direct dialogue with Ensor, and the museum will for the first time rearrange its galleries dedicated to Ensor so his work can be shown in direct connection with Tutt
de Hallen Haarlem presents the solo exhibition Richard Tuttle, examining the artist's specific use of materials and his wide-ranging ouevre. The exhibition coincides with a site-specific ceiling sculpture Tuttle has installed at the historic Vleeshal on the Grote Markt. Richard Tuttle will be giving an artist talk at the museum before the opening on Friday, January 20, 2017 at 5 p.m. The exhibtion will be on view through Sunday, May 7, 2017 at de Hallen Haarlem, Netherlands. For more informat
ART21's Exclusive series presents Richard Tuttle's exhibition walkthrough of 26. In the interview, Tuttle reflects on a decades-long career, and the conceptual, thematic, and stylistic threads that can be consistently traced through his 26 New York gallery exhibitions. Learn more on ART21's website here.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition Richard Tuttle: The Critical Edge, features six striking new works specifically created for the museum. All created in 2015, the works are made with layers of cut and sewn pieces of fabric that Tuttle sourced in New York and Maine. Together they elaborate the artist’s interest in texture and material, likewise his longstanding use of textile as a medium. Once assembled, these fragments generate lively patterns of varying hues and opacity. A suite of
Pace artist Richard Tuttle and Russian artist Pavel Pepperstein are showcased in a group exhibition, entitled Use of Time at Kunsthaus Zug, Switzerland. The modular exhibition will change throughout its run and will remain on view until 29 March. For more information about the exhibition, click here.
Pace Gallery is delighted to announce the opening of a new space, Chesa Büsin, in the historic city of Zuoz in the Engadin valley in Switzerland. The inaugural exhibition Carte Blanche traces fifty-four years of the gallery’s history and feature works in which white is the dominant shade by artists including: Alexander Calder, John Chamberlain, Tara Donovan, Robert Irwin, Lee Ufan, Robert Ryman, Yoshitomo Nara, and Hiroshi Sugimoto. Carte Blanche will run from 20 February through 30 March
In this video, filmed during Art Basel Miami Beach in 2012. Richard Tuttle and Tate Modern director Chris Dercon discuss the signifiance of textiles. Pace Gallery will open Richard Tuttle's "Studies" and Drawings for Turbine Hall on February 7 at 32 East 57th Street featuring preparatory work for the artist's commission for the Tate Modern's Turbine Hall.
Tate Modern announces a new commission by Richard Tuttle for the museum's renowned Turbine Hall. The new work will be on view from October 14, 2014 through April 6, 2015 as part of a multi-venue exhibition entitled I Don't Know, Or The Weave of Textile Language. The exhibition will celebrate the largest survey of the artist's work in the United Kingdom. Pace will present a show of new work by Richard Tuttle at 32 East 57th Street from February 7 through March 15. For more informatio
Pace Gallery is pleased to announce New York exhibitions for spring 2014. Pace is delighted to present solo exhibitions of work by artists: Sol LeWitt Keith Sonnier Richard Tuttle Kiki Smith Robert Mangold Tara Donovan Joel Shapiro Hiroshi Sugimoto The gallery's acclaimed exhibition, "Mingei: Are You Here?," curated by Nicolas Tremblay, will travel from Pace London to New York this March. Pace will also continue its longstanding tradition of one-artist
Richard Tuttle will speak on November 4 at the Tate Modern as part of the third iteration of the American Artist Lecture Series. In celebration of the Art in Embassies' 50th anniversary and in collaboration with Embassy London and Tate, the three-year-long program features a total of six noted American artists. Tuttle, the third artist to participate in the lecture series, is one of the most significant American artists working today. Since the mid-1960s, he has created an extraordinarily var
Pace Gallery is pleased to announce the following artists will be on view in Venice during the 55th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia ROBERTO MATTA Matta: Roberto Sebastian Matta, Gordon Matta-Clark, Pablo Echaurren Matta Fondazione Querini Stampalia Campo Santa Maria Formosa, Castello 5252 through August 18, 2013 LORIS GRÉAUD The Snorks: A Concert for Creatures Teatrino di Palazzo Grassi San Marco 3260 Wednesdays and Fridays playing every 30 minutes
Pace is pleased to announce its inaugural participation in SP-Arte, taking place at the Pavilhão Ciccillo Matarazzo, in São Paulo from 4 – 7 April 2013. The gallery’s booth (G2) will include Joel, a large-scale oil-on-canvas portrait of American sculptor Joel Shapiro by Chuck Close; an elegant sculpture by Alexander Calder; a stained glass sculpture homage to the legendary Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer by Brian Clarke; and a painting by Mark Rothko. The gallery is proud to feature work
Pace is delighted to announce its eleventh consecutive year of participation in Art Basel Miami Beach, held December 6–9 at the Miami Beach Convention Center. Please visit us at Booth C10. The gallery will present work by Josef Albers, Alexander Calder, Jim Dine, Tara Donovan, Jean Dubuffet, Adolph Gottlieb, Tim Hawkinson, Robert Irwin, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, Maya Lin, Robert Mangold, Agnes Martin, Matta, Elizabeth Murray, Yoshitomo Nara, Thomas Nozkowski, Adam Pendleton, Robert Rauschenb
Pace is pleased to participate in the inaugural EXPO CHICAGO, The International Exposition of Contemporary/Modern Art and Design, September 20—23. Please visit us at Navy Pier, 600 E. Grand Avenue, Booth 510. Highlights include Kiki Smith’s Corsage, 2011, a delicate bronze with gold leaf wall-mounted sculpture that continues the artist’s explorations of the human condition, the body, spirituality and nature; a shimmering mylar sculpture by Tara Donovan from 2009; a dynamic anthropomorphic cast b
This year’s crop of artists elected to membership of the National Academy is by far the most aesthetically diverse class in the institution’s 187-year history, owing to a major adjustment to the eligible categories that Academicians voted in favor of last year — which enabled the inclusion of photographers, video, and performance artists. Among this year’s 23 inductees are many pillars of contemporary art, including Cindy Sherman, Bruce Nauman, Richard Tuttle, and Robert Irwin. The shedding of t
Back in the 1970′s, Richard Tuttle’s art was a hard sell for many curators and museum goers. The story goes that his very adventurous 1975 show at the Whitney Museum helped lead to the firing of curator Marcia Tucker, who went on to found the New Museum. Thirty-seven years later, though, Mr. Tuttle is being welcomed through the door’s of some of the nation’s most august institution. The Getty Research Institute announced that he has been selected as an artist in residence and one of the particip
On November 19, 2011, The Pace Gallery, Beijing will present the second installment of the gallery’s annual “Beijing Voice” exhibition. This is a long term project devised by The Pace Gallery, Beijing to consider and interpret the artistic phenomena that are currently underway in the art field. The first installment, Together or Isolated explored the complex interplay between artworks and their sociocultural background while addressing certain phenomena and issues extant in Chinese contemporary
LONDON Richard Tuttle's "Light & Colour" at Modern Art Gallery, 23/25 Eastcastle St., London, through November 19 Tuttle's work has been hard to pin down to any one medium in the past, and this show is no different. The artist presents an installation work of several mahogany shapes alongside a large-scale piece "System 7, Hickory Dickory Dock" (2011), showcasing the broad scope of his practice.
The Pace Gallery is once again welcomes Richard Tuttle’s latest solo show. “What’s the Wind” is the most recent work from this renowned sculptor. “What’s the Wind” is one of almost three hundred solo shows mounted since 1965 and is his second at the Pace. Over the course of his prolific career, Tuttle’s work has become an important part of collections from the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles to Moderna Museet, Stockholm. This show is particularly self-referential and draws on techniques
He hangs his work in odd positions and uses irregular lighting, but what you see is what you get with Richard Tuttle - yet still some people just don't get him, writes AIDAN DUNNE. TRIUMPHS is an unlikely title for an exhibition by the American artist Richard Tuttle. Just as unlikely is that the show, at the Hugh Lane Gallery in Dublin, can only be described as major in scale and scope. Tuttle is known for his small, casual-seeming, quietly idiosyncratic works. They are on the whole subtle and
NEW YORK—"I don’t have any idea what culture is," artist Richard Tuttle declared early in a panel discussion in the library of the Metropolitan Club in Manhattan during the Blouin Creative Leadership Summit yesterday. He continued, "I also don’t have any idea what social change is." Those would be dramatic words in any context, but spoken during a conversation titled "Cultural Diplomacy: Culture as a Vehicle for Dialogue and Peace" and including many of today’s leading figures in global culture,