A new take on the work of famed sculpture
Park City Magazine invites audiences to see Richard Serra: Prints from June 10-August 20 at the Kimball Art Center. The exhibit features a collection of prints he created after 45 years of experimenting with different styles of printmaking. The black and white images show his innovations, and represent a “highly evocative version” of the physical experiences he created with his sculptures.
The exhibition is drawn from the collections of the Jordan D. Schnitzer Family Foundation.
Serra’s celebrated sculptures are massive, site-specific installations commissioned for architectural, urban, and landscape settings around the world. His work often fills the space where they are placed and viewers can move around and interact with them. Through his 45 years of experimentation with a variety of printmaking styles, this exhibition captures his artistic vision in a very different medium.
“Richard Serra: Prints” is at the Kimball Art Center in Park City from June 10-August 20.