Richard Hunt [b 1935],  Spatial Interactions: Aerographic Forms and Cantilevered Confluence , 1990-1991, Top Component: 147 × 56 × 84 inches (373.4 × 142.2 × 213.4 cm) Bottom Component: 101 × 144 × 128 inches (256.5 × 365.8 × 325.1 cm), Welded bronze,  Museum purchase, supported in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, a Federal agency, 1991.27, On view in the Museum lobby

Richard Hunt [b 1935], Spatial Interactions: Aerographic Forms and Cantilevered Confluence, 1990-1991, Top Component: 147 × 56 × 84 inches (373.4 × 142.2 × 213.4 cm) Bottom Component: 101 × 144 × 128 inches (256.5 × 365.8 × 325.1 cm), Welded bronze,
Museum purchase, supported in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, a Federal agency, 1991.27, On view in the Museum lobby

Richard Hunt: Graceful Fluidity

COLLECTION FOCUS | ON VIEW DECEMBER 21,2018 THROUGH AUGUST 11, 2019

Richard Hunt helped define the role of public sculpture in the late 20th century. He created over 130 large-scale public sculptures and is in the collection of more than 40 museums throughout the United States. Thirty years ago, the artist was commissioned to create a site-specific sculpture for the lobby of the Hunter Museum – Spatial Interactions: Aerographic Forms and Cantilevered Confluence. This tradition of commissioning artworks by living artists continues as we plan to unveil a new sculpture by Alyson Shotz in February 2019. In celebration of Shotz’s sculpture, we will explore the Hunter’s previously commissioned sculpture and a collection of prints and maquettes by Richard Hunt.   




 
 
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