Richard Tuttle is one of the most singular and influential artists working today, whose extraordinary work eludes classification and dissolves the boundaries of sculpture, painting, drawing, installation and printmaking. Since his first exhibition in New York in 1965, Richard Tuttle has employed the strongest of soft touches on a groundbreaking explo- ration into the poetry of form, color, line and the material. He has consistently expanded our understanding of the art object’s relationship…

inspiration - weaving on wire mesh Richard Tuttle "The Place In The Window, II…

Pocket: New yarns. Richard Tuttle

The artist Gabriel Kuri’s oeuvre plays with the principles of minimalism and the history of consumption, integrating elements of everyday life.

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Richard Tuttle - Exhibition at MoCA Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 2007

Richard Tuttle

Richard Tuttle, This Is A Study For Black And Whiteness With Two Whites And One Black So That The Composition Is Unified And Contrasting To The Paper

RICHARD TUTTLE Looking for the Map 3, 2013-2014  fabric, wire mesh, wood, paperclips and electrical wire 53 1/2 × 16 × 6 in 135.9 × 40.6 × 15.2 cm Pace Gallery

RICHARD TUTTLE Looking for the Map fabric, wire mesh, wood, paperclips and electrical wire 53 × 16 × 6 in × × cm Pace Gallery

At age 73, artist Richard Tuttle is set to have his biggest year yet (at Tate Modern and Bowdoin)

Richard Tuttle, “Cloth,” Etchings on paper. Courtesy the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, New York.