Richard Tuttle on Why He Finds Solace in the Spirituality of Art—Not Religion
The often controversial "artists' artist" (with concurrent shows at the Met and Pace Gallery) still believes in the avant-garde dream of making art out of everyday life—here's how he hopes to realize it.
Pace Gallery | Richard Tuttle
Richard Tuttle (b. 1941, Rahway, New Jersey) is one of the most significant artists working today. Since the mid-1960s, he has created an extraordinarily varied body of work that eludes historical or stylistic categorization. Tuttle’s work exists ...
Pace Gallery - "What's the Wind" - Richard Tuttle
This exhibition features new large-scale sculptures by Richard Tuttle. It is the artist's second solo exhibition at Pace since joining the gallery in 2007.
Pace Gallery - "Systems, VIII-XII" - Richard Tuttle
New freestanding works by the post-minimalist artist, continuing his investigations of space, form, and surface. The exhibition resumes the artist’s quest for a sculpture that expands space physically while retaining the intimacy of his smaller wo...
Richard Tuttle | Place, twenty (2013) | Available for Sale | Artsy
Available for sale from Tomio Koyama Gallery, Richard Tuttle, Place, twenty (2013), Colored, cotton fiber and wire mesh, 57 × 40 × 17 cm
Richard Tuttle."20 Pearls (12)", 2003.acrylic on museum board and archival foam core with brad.18 5/8 x 19 x 3/4 inches (47.3 x 48.3 x 1.9 cm).SW 03132.
Richard Tuttle: The End, 2014
The End, 2014 is a limited edition ceramic work created by Richard Tuttle in association with the Tate and the Whitechapel Gallery. Buy now from Tate Shop.