Carl Andre - 'Sculpture as place, 1958-2010' Udstillingen med den amerikanske minimalist Carl Andre finder sted på Hamburger Bahnhof i Berlin i perioden 5. maj til 18. september 2016 Show more 2, 2015; travels to the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, May 7--Oct. 12, 2015; Hamburger Bahnhof--Museum fiir Gegenwart, May 7--Sept. 25,2016; Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Oct. 20, 2016--Feb. 12, 2017.
Members' Opening: Carl Andre: Sculpture as Place, 1958–2010 Member Event MOCA members get a first look at Carl Andre: Sculpture as Place, 1958–2010 at the members’ opening this spring. in P Feldman, A Rider & K Schubert (eds), About Carl Andre: Critical Texts since 1965.
connection between this artwork and my practice: Carl Andre uses the same sculpture forms such as cubes in different versions of installation.
Year: 1958–2010. He has been mostly absent from the American art scene for decades, but recently returned to oversee the installation of … Carl Andre: Sculpture as Place, 1958–2010 May 5, 2014–July 24, 2017, Touring Repetition of simple geometric form in large scale and they way they interact the them creates ascetic pleasure. Tracing the full evolution over five decades of the work of Carl Andre, a crucial figure in the redefinition of contemporary sculpture, MOCA presents Carl Andre: Sculpture as Place, 1958–2010. Size: Media: Installation. Carl Andre – Sculpture as Place. Artist: Carl Andre. While the sculpture is typical of Andre's fascination with sorting and arranging objects, it can also be read as a subtle meditation on the … "Carl Andre: Sculpture as Place, 1958-2010" is on view through Mar. Blotkamp, CH 2006, Carl Andre: Sculpture as Place (1969). The exhibition represents all major historical and aesthetic shifts in Andre’s career, from his early exercises to his most recent work. This is the first museum survey of Andre’s entire oeuvre, and the first retrospective in North America since 1978–80. The retrospective, which premiered at Dia:Beacon in 2014, includes sculptures; poems and works on paper; a selection of rarely exhibited assemblages; and an unprecedented selection of photographs and ephemera.
Andre placed the largest stone (which weighs eleven tons) at the apex of the triangular plot, then set down the next two in a row running across the site, then the next three, continuing incrementally up to the eighth row, which is comprised of the smallest stones. Carl Andre is one of America’s greatest living sculptors.