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Richard Serra - Shift, 1972

Richard Serra - Shift, 1972

Richard Serra (American, born 1939), One Ton Prop (House of Cards), 1986 — Lead…

Richard Serra (American, born 1939), One Ton Prop (House of Cards), 1986 — Lead…

Richard Sera at Dia: Beacon

Richard Sera at Dia: Beacon

Richard Serra @ Gagosian Gallery | London

SOME/ART : RICHARD SERRA AT GAGOSIAN GALLERY, LONDON

Richard Serra @ Gagosian Gallery | London

Richard Serra's "Joe," December 2009 by The Pulitzer, via Flickr

Richard Serra's "Joe," December 2009 by The Pulitzer, via Flickr

mattcrucius:  Richard Serra Torqued EllipsesDia Beacon Photo: @mattcrucius

mattcrucius: Richard Serra Torqued EllipsesDia Beacon Photo: @mattcrucius

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Shift. King City. Ontario. Canada. Richard Serra. 1970.

Richard Serra/Robert Smithson Continuum

Shift. King City. Ontario. Canada. Richard Serra. 1970.

YAYA FW'16 | RISE, TOUSLE YOUR HAIR AND SHINE  | ART #YAYAthebrand #YAYAFW16 #risetousleyourhairandshine  #art #silver

YAYA FW'16 | RISE, TOUSLE YOUR HAIR AND SHINE | ART #YAYAthebrand #YAYAFW16 #risetousleyourhairandshine #art #silver

onsomething:  Richard Serra | “East-West/West-East”, 2014 Doha. Four steel plates that are about 15m (49 feet). Span 1km. “The placement (of the pieces) is not geometrical, it’s topological; they can only be placed where they are to achieve the curvature of the land. If one walks through the pieces; he will understand not only the rhythm of himself in relationship to the landscape but also the rhythm of himself in relationship to the height and the length of the pieces.”

onsomething: Richard Serra | “East-West/West-East”, 2014 Doha. Four steel plates that are about 15m (49 feet). Span 1km. “The placement (of the pieces) is not geometrical, it’s topological; they can only be placed where they are to achieve the curvature of the land. If one walks through the pieces; he will understand not only the rhythm of himself in relationship to the landscape but also the rhythm of himself in relationship to the height and the length of the pieces.”

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