Richard Serra’s ‘Sequence’

Stanford’s Cantor Center for the Arts is temporarily home to Richard Serra’s ‘Sequence’.

This 235 ton work was fabricated in Germany in 2006. From Germany it went to New York’s Museum of Modern Art. Then to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. It will be at the Center until 2016, when it will be installed in the new wing of San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art. For a big guy, it really gets around.

This overhead view is from the Stanford News. You can see a sequence of pro photos here.

One can walk around inside the sculpture.

It casts beautiful shadows on itself.

Sometimes it feels like a canyon. Sometimes it’s a little claustrophobic. All in all, highly recommended, and it’s free.

 

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