Richard Serra: The Complete Films and Videos

One of the few living artists whose work can disappear a viewer inside the middle of a gallery, Richard Serra (best known for his industrial sculptures and metal work) first picked up a 16MM camera only two years after completing his first physical artwork. That first film, Hand Catching Lead (1968), kicked off the complete retrospective of his film and video work at New York’s Anthology Film Archives this October. The screening series was coordinated with Gagosian Gallery, mounting three show...

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