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Up Close and Personal

Art & Design

Art you can touch, lean and walk into

It’s a rare treat to see Richard Serra’s work—the scale and heft of his installations usually require rolling hills and babbling brooks as their backdrop. However, the master of monumental sculpture will move his work inside for a fleeting period of time in London this winter.

The American minimalist artist, known for his large-scale assemblies of sheet metal in diverse landscape settings will exhibit four large-scale steel sculptures: Backdoor Pipeline (2010), Ramble (2014), Dead Load (2014), and London Cross (2014) at Gagosian Gallery’s Britannia Street London location.

No matter what you think of Serra’s work, you’ll be moved by his shear determination to make art on this scale. The show is a fabulous conversation starter—let the debates begin.

The exhibition is on show through February 28th 2015 at 6-24 Britannia Street, London WC1X 9JD.