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by Richard Serra

Author: Richard Serra
Subcategory: Encyclopedias & Subject Guides
Language: English
Publisher: University Of Chicago Press (August 15, 1994)
Pages: 286 pages
Category: Reference
Rating: 4.6
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Richard Serra: Writings/Interviews. Quantity: 1 2 3 4 5. Publisher: University of Chicago Press. Interviews by Peter Eisenman and Alan Colquhoun elicit Serra’s thoughts on the relation of architecture to contemporary sculpture, a primary component in his own work. Artist(s): Richard Serra. Contributor(s): Richard Serra.

One of the most important sculptors of this century, Richard Serra has been a spokesman on the nature and status of art in our day. Best known for site-specific works in steel, Serra has much to say about the relation of sculpture to place, whether urban, natural, or architectural, and about the nature of art itself, whether political, decorative, or personal.

Serra is known for his site-specific works and perhaps best known for Tilted Arc, which was commissioned by. .Serra here takes himself seriously-some might say too seriously.

Serra is known for his site-specific works and perhaps best known for Tilted Arc, which was commissioned by a federal agency (the General Services Administration) in 1979 to stand at the Federal Plaza in Manhattan; it was then torn down by the agency in 1989, raising all sorts of problematic issues about censorship, government support for the arts, and the conflict between legal property rights and legal rights of expression.

One of the most important sculptors of this century, Richard Serra has been a spokesman on the nature and status of art in our day. Best known for site-specific works in steel, Serra has much to say about the relation of sculpture to place, whether urban, natural, or architectural, and about the nature of art itself, whether political, decorative, or personal. In interviews with writers including Douglas and Davis Sylvester, he discusses specific installations and offers insights into his approach to the problem each presents. Interviews by Peter Eisenman and Alan Colquhoun elicit Serra's thoughts on the relation of architecture to contemporary sculpture, a primary component in his own work. From essays like "Extended Notes from Sight Point Road" to Serra's extended commentary on the Tilted Arc fiasco, the pieces in this volume comprise a document of one artist's engagement with the practical, philosophical, and political problems of art.