The third and final installment of Jarrett Earnest’s conversation with Richard Tuttle, “ABC of/for Richard Tuttle; An epistolary interview with Jarret Earnest” has been published on The Brooklyn Rail. Read the final segment “P-Z”, and the previous two installments: “A-G” and “H-O”.
©Richard Tuttle, Courtesy Pace Gallery
While you’re in Miami this week we suggest attending Premiere Artist Talk, a conversation with Pace artist, Richard Tuttle and Director of Tate Modern, Chris Dercon this Thursday, December 6, 10 am.
© Richard Tuttle, Photograph by Kerry Ryan McFate
In The Brooklyn Rail
’s most recent interview with Richard Tuttle
, writer Jarrett Earnest asks questions using each letter of the alphabet in order to choose a “theme or subject” to discuss with the artist. Be sure to read this playful article and visit the exhibit, Systems, VIII–XII
, currently on view until this Saturday, October 13, 2012.
Photo by: Kerry Ryan McFate / Courtesy Pace Gallery © Richard Tuttle, courtesy Pace Gallery
Reblog of the day: Be sure to listen in on Richard Tuttle discuss his past installation at Pace. You can visit his current exhibit Systems, VIII–XII currently on view at 534 West 25th Street until October 13th, 2012.
Richard Tuttle talking about his work and the exhibition “What’s the Wind” at Pace Gallery
running time: 13m 43s
Richard Tuttle: Systems, VIII–XII, now on view until October 13th, continues Tuttle’s search for a new type of sculpture that expands space physically while retaining the intimacy of his smaller works.
Reblog of the day: Since the 1960s, Richard Tuttle has created an extraordinarily varied body of work that focuses on the space between painting, sculpture, poetry, assemblage, and drawing. We hope you can visit Systems, VIII–XII on view now at 534 West 25th Street. #throwbackthursday
Richard Tuttle, installation view, 1974.
Reblog of the day: Be sure to read this great interview Bob Holman has with Richard Tuttle! We hope you can visit our current exhibit, Richard Tuttle: Systems, VIII–XII, now open until October 13th.
Richard Tuttle’s show opened tonight at Pace. Read the interview I did with him for BOMB here.
(Richard Tuttle, On the Earth—In the System, 1992, watercolor, graphite/paper, 7×5”. Courtesy of Mary Boone Gallery.)
Pace is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by Richard Tuttle. Systems, VIII–XII will be on view at 534 West 25th Street from September 7–October 13. An opening reception will be held at 534 West 25th Street TONIGHT, September 6th, from 6 to 8 p.m. We hope you can join us!
Photo by: Kerry Ryan McFate © Richard Tuttle, courtesy Pace Gallery
In honor of #throwbackthursdays and our Richard Tuttle: Systems, VIII–XII opening tonight, we suggest listening in on Mr. Tuttle discuss his past Pace exhibit, What’s the Wind, on WNYC.
© Richard Tuttle, courtesy The Pace Gallery
Throughout his career, Richard Tuttle has deliberately sought to create works that command attention through quiet means and humble or fragile materials. Works such as this piece represents for him an “expression of elation for the potential for a new beginning, the possibility to rebuild and discover a harmony for existing in the world today.” We continue to admire his work and wish him a very Happy Birthday!
Photo Credit: Richard Tuttle, Walking on Air, 5, 2008, cotton with Rit dyes, grommets, thread, 1’ 10-1/2” x 10’ 2” ©Richard Tuttle, courtesy The Pace Gallery. Photo by Kerry Ryan McFate/ Courtesy The Pace Gallery
Reblog of the day! Happy Birthday Richard Tuttle!
Congratulations to Richard Tuttle for his selection as Artist in Residence for The Getty Research Institute! Mr. Tuttle’s project will be called “Researching Research” and the theme for it is color. We cannot wait to see the work he will create…
Photo Courtesy Patrick McMullan Company
Our staff are dressed in colors that perfectly match a Richard Tuttle piece hanging in our back offices! Coincidence? Possibly…but we’d like to think they secretly planned it.