Richard Tuttle (b. 1941) is an influential contemporary American artist. Working across media and disciplines, his works are characterized by their thoughtful subtely. Tuttle's comparisons are formed through the carefully considered relationships between form, color, and material, generating a universe of intimate connections bridging the gaps between art, life, and thought. His aesthetic direction is often discussed within the context of Post-Minimalism, and his contributions to the contemporary art sphere are extensive. Tuttle has been celebrated by countless exhibitions and institutions, including his inclusion in numerous Venice Biennale, documenta, and Whitney Biennial exhibitions, and a major retrospective at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
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