• Richard Tuttle

    Städtisches Museum

    The fact that Richard Tuttle’s quiet, poetic works prevailed against the Stádtische Museum’s ponderous, misshapen central exhibition hall speaks not only for his sensitivity in questions of exhibition design but also for the way he incorporates this sensitivity into each of his works. In the five-room exhibition, select works from 1965 to 1985 provided a discourse on formal, perceptual, and intuitive processes. Given its concentrated selectivity, “retrospective” would be an inappropriate term to apply to this show. Taking the central exhibition hall as our gauge, it would appear that the show’s

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