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Brancusi and Serra in Dialogue
February 5, 2005

Dealing with the relationship between base, sculpture and architectural setting, this exhibition highlighted two significant artists: Constantin Brancusi (1876 - 1957) and Richard Serra (b. 1939). The exhibition put works by both artists in dialogue, not only with each other, but also with the surrounding architecture of the Pulitzer building.

Despite differences in generation and background, Brancusi's and Serra's work reveal parallel approaches and responses, while at the same time each artist maintains his individuality. Serra and Brancusi experiment with materials and explore the nature of sculpture. Their works make the viewer aware of the surrounding environment; in this case the architecture of the Tadao Ando designed Pulitzer building.

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