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Space is Concrete

Textile Richard Tuttle

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No. 28

No. 28

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Richard Tuttle is a postminimalist artist whose work “exceeds rational determinations, sensitizing viewers to perception and the unconscious, and engages aspects of painting, drawing, sculpture, bookmaking, printmaking, and installation…[and] draws beauty and poetry out of humble materials, creating works that exist in the present moment, reflect the fragility of the world, and allow for individual experiences of perception.” (Pace Gallery)

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