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Richard Tuttle: Basis, 70s Drawings

Pace Gallery / New York / Art

“Everything in life is a drawing,” the pioneering post-minimalist artist Richard Tuttle has said, “if you want.” Even his statements are post-minimalist. Pace Gallery opens its new New York headquarters with an exhibition of Tuttle’s early work—austere drawings and the 1974 sculpture 8th Wood Slat. “Art that survives from one generation to the next is the art that actually carries something that tells society about self.” Come see what Tuttle’s work says about “self.” —E.C.

Pace Gallery 510 W 25th St, New York, NY 10001, United States
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