Sert Council at the Pace Gallery
The Harvard Graduate School of Design invites Josep Lluís Sert Council members to an exclusive reception at Pace Gallery, the leading modern and contemporary art gallery in New York City.
Thursday, June 2, 2016
Join the GSD Sert Council for a reception and gallery talk at one of the city’s premier modern and contemporary art venues for painting, sculpture, video, and installation art. This will be a unique opportunity to learn more about long-standing history of the Pace Gallery and explore the current exhibitions of both James Turrell and Richard Tuttle. Guests will have the opportunity to view the work of James Turrell, an American artist exploring perception, light, color, and space through site-specific works, at 534 West 25th Street before attending a reception and exhibition of Richard Tuttle’s work next door at 510 West 25th Street. Richard Tuttle, a leading American artist in conceptualism and post-minimalism art, is known for his small, subtle, intimate works that make use of scale and line.
This is a private event for GSD Sert Council members. For more information, please contact Amber Stout at [email protected] or (617) 496-3494
Afrum, Pale Pink, 1968, projection, installation dimensions variable. Photograph by Florian Holzherr © James Turrell, courtesy Pace Gallery
Richard Tuttle, 20 Pearls (1), 2003, acrylic on archival foamcore board and museum board, 6″ x 10-1/4″ x 3/4″ (15.2 cm x 26 cm x 1.9 cm), Photo by: Joerg Lohse/ Pace Gallery © Richard Tuttle / Pace Gallery