Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Richard Tuttle Interview

Artists, they're from nature; they come out of nature,
they're like the clouds that just happen.
~ American Artist Richard Tuttle

In the video below, post-Minimalist artist Richard Tuttle talks with Marc-Christoph Wagner at Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen. Tuttle offers an intimate, deeply personal view about being an artist and about the importance of having art in life.

A recent Artist-in-Residence at Getty Research Institute, Tuttle is a painter, sculptor, and printmaker whose work, found in museums throughout the world, also includes drawing, installations, furniture, and artists' books. He is intuitive, interpretive, subtle, and unconventional in his approach.

Tuttle lives and works in Maine, New Mexico, and New York.

Exhibition "1, 2, 3 | Richard Tuttle", March 14, 2014 - April 26, 2014: Images of New Works (The show included textiles, works on paper, and sculpture.)

Art Basel Conversations | Artist Richard Tuttle on Vimeo

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

the best part was the story about his teacher not putting up his art.