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THE MATTER OF TIME by Richard Serra  |  An installation comprising eight pieces of torqued ellipses made of weathering steel  |  Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain

"The Matter of Time" Richard Serra Installation of eight sculptures of steel sheets, ft high and tons, 2005 Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain.

Gehry meets Richard Serra. Between the Torus and the Sphere (Toruaren eta esferaren artean). 2003-2005 - Guggenheim Museum

Richard Serra: Between the Torus and the Sphere (Toruaren eta esferaren artean) 2003 May be it's just me

Artchiculture: Richard Serra

artchiculture: Richard Serra (People and Place)

Black & White Photography Inspiration : Artchiculture: Richard Serra (People and Place) - Photography Magazine

Noted, AVL: sculptural installation by Richard Serra. Moving through his work is a full body experience.

Noted, AVL: sculptural installation by Richard Serra. Moving through his work is a full body experience. I would love this as an art gallery in my home and have amazing art work as you walk through!

Kitty Hawk (Corten steel (2 plates), by Richard Serra, 1983 - in Saatchi Gallery, London, uk

Richard Serra Kitty Hawk 1983 Corten steel plates) Upper plate: 122 x x cm 48 x 168 x Lower plate: 183 x 122 x cm 48 x 72 x

Richard Serra : Torqued Ellipse - no way to describe how it makes you feel to experience

Can cold, hard steel turn sinuous? Richard Serra's enormous sculptures snake through space, time.

Richard Serra : Torqued Ellipse - no way to describe how it makes you feel to experience

Richard Serra  Intersection II, 1992–93   Weatherproof steel, Four identical conical sections,  The Museum of Modern Art, New York

Monumental minimalist artist Richard Serra is 73 today… Richard Serra: Intersection II, - Weatherproof steel, Four identical conical sections (The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Gift of Jo.

his torqued ellipses. Richard Serra - NJ-2, Rounds: Equal Weight, Unequal Measure, Rotate

Richard Serra (detail), 2016 Weatherproof steel 157 × 571 × 325 inches × × cm) © Richard Serra Photo by Mike Bruce