Fred Sandback 64 Three-Part Pieces presented an important early series of sixty-four sculptures by Fred Sandback, with each sculpture comprised of three lines of yarn stretched individually across three adjacent spaces. The Pulitzer’s exhibition marked the U.S. debut of the work, which had not been shown since its 1975 premiere in Munich. Installed in one of the Pulitzer’s new gallery spaces and organized by Tamara H. Schenkenberg, Associate Curator, this exhibition included twenty sculptures—the most ever shown in the series—with a new sculpture installed each week. Sandback’s drawings depicting all sixty-four sculptures were also on view, along with never-before-exhibited preparatory sketches of the work.