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Richard Tuttle at The Met Fifth Ave.

One of the most significant artists working today, Richard Tutle first came to prominence in the heady years of the 1960's, he gained critical recognition for a body of work that used humble, mundane materials such as textile, paper, wire and rope- materials that have remained the cornerstone of his practice. This installation features a series of six new works made from fabric purchased in New York and Maine, along with 10 paintings. Together they elaborate Tuttle's interest in abstraction, texture and materiality as well as his long- standing use of cloth as a medium

Earlier Event: April 16
Janet Cardiff at Luhring Agustine