Dia: Beacon, Beacon, NY
First installed in 1997, Richard Serra's Torqued Ellipses has since been a long-term exhibition at the Dia:Beacon. Centrally concerned with linking the body and movement to material and space, Serra's towering steel sculptures hing on the space-shifting and experiential qualities often associated with architecture. Torqued Elipses urges viewers to consider themselves in relation the imposing metal forms, thus engaging in a sense of physical awareness while moving through the space.
The Dia:Beacon, located on the bank of the Hudson River in Beacon, NY, houses the Dia Art Foundation's collection of 1960's art as well as a number of special exhibitions and commissions, including this important series of works. Read more about the Richard Serra long-term exhibition here.
The limited edition print by Richard Serra, commissioned and produced through the Vera List Project is available here.