Richard Tuttle in "Art in the Twenty-First Century," production still, 2005.
Richard Tuttle in "Art in the Twenty-First Century," production still, 2005.
Richard Tuttle Interview
Hosted by Charles Bernstein
Originally aired 1/22/07
Richard Tuttle in conversation with Charles Bernstein. Tuttle talks about sound and color and the radio, about being at a loss for words, explains why beauty and the imagination have no place in art, and discusses "quietude" in American art. Richard Tuttle has been showing his painting, sculptures, books and other works of art over the past forty years. His visionary approach has defied critical categorization and genre boundaries. Tuttle's recent retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art originated at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. He is represented in New York by the Sperone-Westwater Gallery.
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