Encompassing more than 300 works, ‘Carl Andre: Sculpture as Place, 1958–2010’ is the largest solo show to date of this major US artist, who pioneered a fundamentally different concept of sculpture. Carl Andre’s oeuvre is presented in works from over five decades: approximately 50 sculptures, over 200 poems, a group of rarely exhibited assemblages known as ‘Dada Forgeries’ and a selection of photographs and ephemera allow audiences to trace the historical and aesthetic shifts and evolutions in Andre’s artistic production. Read more.
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