In his return to the University of Chicago, Richard Tuttle presents 100 Epigrams (which serves as the title both for his next exhibition in New York and for an ongoing writing experiment). Since the mid 1960s Tuttle has been at the forefront of the art scene, working across modes and media, known above all for his three dimensional “drawings”—diminutive objects assembled from quotidian materials. He has recently had major exhibitions at Tate Modern, Whitechapel Gallery, the Met, Pace (New York), the Fabric Workshop and Museum, Pace (London), and the Bowdoin College Museum of Art.
Logan Center for the Arts, Room 901
Presented by the Department of Art History, the Department of Visual Arts, and the Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry with an introduction by Bill Brown
Image: The Place in the Window, II, #6 (2013)