Richard TuttleTuesday 2003

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Artist
Richard Tuttle (born 1941)
Title
Tuesday
From Censorship
Date 2003
MediumLithograph on paper
Dimensionssupport: 460 x 357 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Presented by Universal Limited Art Editions, New York and the artist in memory of Monique Beudert 2005
Reference
P20273
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Summary

Richard Tuttle came to prominence in the 1960s as part of a generation of Post-Minimalist artists. Along with his contemporaries including Bruce Nauman (born 1941; see Corridor with Mirror and White Lights, 1971, Tate T01753) and Eva Hesse (1936-1970; see Addendum, 1967, Tate T02394), Tuttle questioned the then dominant trends of Minimalism by embracing an improvisational approach to art-making using everyday, often ephemeral materials.

Tuttle is best known as an abstract painter and sculptor, although his practice also includes drawing, collage, design and printmaking. Censorship is one of several projects Richard Tuttle has undertaken since 2001with the American fine art print workshop ULAE (Universal Limited Art Editions)… (read more)

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