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Richard Serra

Drawings

February 18, 2017 - April 22, 2017

Peder Lund is delighted to present an exhibition of drawings by one of the great artists of our time, Richard Serra (1938- ). Serra’s large-scale steel sculptures have made him a crucial figure in contemporary art. At the same time, the artist has had a parallel, fully autonomous drawing practice; equally process oriented as the sculptures, but based on its own established criteria. By creating tension within the conventions of drawing and pushing the parameters of the language used to understand the practice, Serra has significantly contributed to shaping the field of drawing after modernism by using new techniques, monumental scale and by meticulously creating relationships with the drawings’ surrounding space. The exhibition Richard Serra – Drawings at Peder Lund features nine works, spanning 32 years of Serra’s artistic production, bringing together key work series that demonstrate the ever-evolving ideas and methods in the artist’s practice.

Abstract black painting

Blanchot, 2009

Richard Serra

Abstract black and tan painting
Abstract black painting

Weitmar II, 1983

Richard Serra

Abstract black drawing

Ramble 4 37, 2015

Richard Serra

Abstract black drawing

Ramble 4 26, 2015

Richard Serra

Abstract black drawing

Ramble 4 38, 2015

Richard Serra

Abstract black drawing

Ramble 4 49, 2015

Richard Serra

Abstract black painting

Solid # 23, 2008

Richard Serra

Abstract black painting

Compressed Below, 2001

Richard Serra