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Richard Serra Reviewed

MoMa Opens a 40-Year Retrospective of Sculptor's Work

Friday, June 01, 2007

Early in his career the sculptor Richard Serra was ridiculed for his mammoth metal sculptures. He's gone on to become one of the most influential sculptors of our time. Starting this Sunday, The Museum of Modern Art is launching a retrospective of his work.

Studio 360's Kurt Andersen took a walk with Richard Serra through the exhibition space, and talked to him about his massive art works.

Kurt Andersen's complete interview with Richard Serra - Studio360.org

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