Art Daily reports that the Fralin Museum of Art at University of Virginia welcomed a record-breaking 900+ students at last week's opening of Richard Serra: Prints. Exhibition lender Jordan D. Schnitzer spoke to students about Serra's works and his experiences collecting and sharing art.
This exhibition showcases the prints of contemporary icon Richard Serra. Best known for his large-scale public sculpture, Serra consistently maintains a practice in related media including film, drawing, and printmaking. The exhibition features his earliest graphic attempts in lithography from 1972 through more recent works created in 2015.
The exhibit is on view through May 8th.
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