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Richard Serra

Sculpture

October 4–December 20, 2008
Britannia Street, London

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Works Exhibited

Richard Serra, Open Ended, 2007–08 Weatherproof steel, 149 ½ × 717 ½ × 290 ⅝ inches (379.7 × 1822.4 × 736.6 cm)Photo by Joshua M. White

Richard Serra, Open Ended, 2007–08

Weatherproof steel, 149 ½ × 717 ½ × 290 ⅝ inches (379.7 × 1822.4 × 736.6 cm)
Photo by Joshua M. White

Richard Serra, Open Ended, 2007–08 Weatherproof steel, 149 ½ × 717 ½ × 290 ⅝ inches (379.7 × 1822.4 × 736.6 cm)Photo by Joshua M. White

Richard Serra, Open Ended, 2007–08

Weatherproof steel, 149 ½ × 717 ½ × 290 ⅝ inches (379.7 × 1822.4 × 736.6 cm)
Photo by Joshua M. White

Richard Serra, Fernando Pessoa, 2007–08 Weatherproof steel, 354 ½ × 118 ⅛ × 8 inches (900.4 × 300 × 20.3 cm)Photo by Joshua M. White

Richard Serra, Fernando Pessoa, 2007–08

Weatherproof steel, 354 ½ × 118 ⅛ × 8 inches (900.4 × 300 × 20.3 cm)
Photo by Joshua M. White

Richard Serra, TTI London, 2007 Weatherproof steel, 2 torqued toruses, each: 168 × 332 × 420 inches overall (426.7 × 843.3 × 1066.8 cm)Photo by Joshua M. White

Richard Serra, TTI London, 2007

Weatherproof steel, 2 torqued toruses, each: 168 × 332 × 420 inches overall (426.7 × 843.3 × 1066.8 cm)
Photo by Joshua M. White

About

Gagosian is pleased to present two concurrent exhibitions of new work by Richard Serra. Three new steel sculptures will be shown at the Britannia Street gallery together with “forged drawings”—small, geometric forged steel plates with paintstick applied to the surface.

At the same time, new works on paper will be shown at the Davies Street gallery. These are Serra’s first exhibitions in London since Weight and Measure was presented in the Duveen Galleries at the Tate Gallery in 1992.