Richard Tuttle Wire Pieces explored the artist’s use of line and volume to form a multi-layered sculptural experience. Featuring a focused selection of wire pieces from 1972 and installed by Richard Tuttle himself in one of the Pulitzer’s new gallery spaces, this exhibition offered a rare opportunity to see a presentation of these works together. Curated in close association with the artist by Emily Rauh Pulitzer, Chair of Pulitzer Arts Foundation, the exhibition reflected Tuttle’s career-long exploration of spatial relationships, often through humble materials.