“New Sculpture” by Richard Serra at Gagosian Gallery

Posted by The G on November 4, 2013 under Artsy Fartsy | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.  Art by Richard Serra.

Richard Serra

Richard Serra on West 21st Street

For the first time since I’ve lived in New York, Gagosian Gallery allowed photos at an exhibit!  Get your cameras out and head over to two of their Chelsea locations (West 21st and West 24th Streets, respectively) to see spectacular exhibits by Richard Serra.  Photos, and thanks to the gallery for what will hopefully be the beginning of the  loosening of their Nazi-esque no photos policy (but I doubt it), cannot even come close to capturing the vastness of Serra’s sculptures.  I would love to see how on earth these sculptures are moved and installed because saying they are gigantic (and heavy) is putting it mildly.

Richard Serra on West 24th Street

Richard Serra on West 24th Street

Richard Serra’s sculptures are on view until January 25, 2014 so make sure you check them out!

Richard Serra

Richard Serra

“New Sculpture” by Richard Serra are at the Gagosian Galleries on West 21st and West 24th Streets.

Last Chance To See: “Early Work” by Richard Serra

Posted by The G on June 11, 2013 under Artsy Fartsy | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.  Art by Richard Serra.

Richard Serra - Early Work

Richard Serra – Early Work’

If you’re a fan of Richard Serra, you will definitely want to take a trip to the West 20th Street location of David Zwirner before June 15, 2013 to catch an exhibit featuring many of Serra’s early works.

Richard Serra - Early Work

Richard Serra – Early Work

This exhibit covers the period of 1966 to 1972 and features photos, drawings and sculpture.

Richard Serra - Early Work (Partial Gallery View)

Richard Serra – Early Work (Partial Gallery View)

David Zwirner is located at 537 West 20th Street in Manhattan.

Richard Serra - Early Work

Richard Serra – Early Work

You can see “Early Work” by Richard Serra through June 15, 2013.

An Encounter With Richard Serra

Posted by The G on September 16, 2011 under Artsy Fartsy, Encounters with G | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.  Art by Richard Serra.

Richard Serra and Geoffrey Dicker

Richard Serra and Geoffrey Dicker

Artist Richard Serra has created another must see exhibit.  “Junction/Cycle” by Richard Serra is now showing at the Gagosian Gallery in New York (located at 555 West 24th Street).  The huge gallery space is filled with two of Serra’s weatherproof steel sculptures and they have to be seen to be believed.  You’ll wonder how the sculptures were made.  You’ll wonder how are they transported and you’ll wonder how he was able to fit them inside a gallery.  Walking through them is also a fun experience.  The below photo is a tiny glimpse of what you will see, so I urge you to check out these fantastic sculptures in person.  Richard Serra was in attendance for the opening night reception and I was very fortunate to get a chance to talk with him.  If you are just discovering Serra’s name for the first time, I recommend you do some research and check out some aerial views of his sculptures.  They are nothing short of amazing! Thanks to Richard Serra for being so cool during our encounter.  If you are in the New York area, do not miss “Junction/Cycle” by Richard Serra, which runs at the Gagosian Gallery through November 26, 2011.

Richard Serra at Gagosian

Richard Serra at Gagosian

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