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Oklahoma State University

Guest Lecture: Richard Tuttle's Transparent Things

OSU Museum of Art

In this retrospective of his prints, Richard Tuttle lays out clues that allow careful observers to retrace many of the artist’s creative decisions and manufacturing methods. But he also deliberately obscures aspects of his art that will remain unknown even to the sleuths among museum goers. In this lecture, Curator Joachim Homann, who worked with Richard Tuttle at Bowdoin College, reflects on what Tuttle does and doesn’t show and how he makes his art come alive in the galleries.

This event takes place on Thursday, March 3, at 6 pm in the OSU Museum of Art. Free admission, no RSVP required.