Richard Serra: 2022



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Richard Serra


A studious view of Richard Serra’s recently premiered forged steel sculpture and new drawings using his trademark paintstick technique.


“Enigmatic, arresting, audacious: Richard Serra now and forever” The Brooklyn Rail


Richard Serra’s hugely successful body of work consistently explores the possibilities of form and matter. Serra’s steel sculptures are held in major collections internationally, and his drawings assert themselves as abstract victories. Through the use of black paintstick-a combination of oil paint, wax, and pigment, which he has used since 1971-Serra’s drawings convey a strong sense of optical weight, acutely similar to the physical presence of his sculptures. 2022, the artist’s largest single forged round to date, investigates properties of weight and scale.

While the exhibition allowed viewers to encounter Serra’s immense forged round and inky drawings in relation to their own space and bodies, the catalogue is an opportunity for intimate engagement with Serra’s works through stunning reproductions.

Additional information

Weight 938 g
Dimensions 24.7 x 30.8 cm
Publisher name David Zwirner Books
Publication date 11 September 2023
Number of pages 84
Format Hardback
Dimensions 24.7 x 30.8 cm
Weight 938 g


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Richard Serra's first solo exhibitions were held at the Galleria La Salita, Rome, 1966, and, in the United States, at the Leo Castelli Warehouse, New York, in 1969. His first solo museum exhibition was held at The Pasadena Art Museum in 1970. Solo exhibitions of Serra's sculptural work have been held at numerous public institutions worldwide, including Kunsthalle Tübingen, Germany, 1978; Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris, 1984; The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1986; Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, 1992; Serpentine Gallery, London, 1992; and Dia Center for the Arts, New York, 1997.