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St. Louis devotes exhibition to Serra’s ‘Twain’

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For many years now I’ve been telling the story of Twain, an underrated, under-appreciated Richard Serra sculpture in Saint Louis. One of the newly expanded Saint Louis Art Museum’s first shows spotlights and celebrates Twain: Titled “Sight Lines: Richard Serra’s Drawings for Twain,” the exhibition features drawings, ‘manipulated photographs,’ and a steel model related to Twain. The exhibition was curated by Ann-Maree Walker and will remain on view through September 7. [Image: Richard Serra, photographed by Robert Pettus, Manipulated Photograph related to “Twain”, c. 1975. Collection of the Saint Louis Art Museum.]

MAN’s examination of Serra, Twain and Serra’s St. Louis has included:

Richard Serra, photographed by Robert Pettus, Manipulated Photograph related to “Twain”, c. 1975. Collection of the Saint Louis Art Museum.

Richard Serra, photographed by Robert Pettus, Manipulated Photograph related to “Twain”, c. 1975. Collection of the Saint Louis Art Museum.

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