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12th Copper Corner, New York

Image courtesy of Paula Cooper Gallery, New York. Photo: EPW Studio

12th Copper Corner, New York

1975

Carl Andre

American, born 1935

Copper, 78 units
Each: 3/16 x 19 5/8 x 19 5/8in. (0.5 x 49.8 x 49.8cm)
Overall, assembled: 3/16 x 236 x 236in. (0.5 x 599.4 x 599.4cm)
Gift of the Virginia and Bagley Wright Collection, in honor of the 75th Anniversary of the Seattle Art Museum
2008.28
Provenance: The artist, 2008, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, NY
Image courtesy of Paula Cooper Gallery, New York. Photo: EPW Studio
location
Not currently on view

Resources

Exhibition HistoryWashington, D.C., Corcoran Gallery, "Carl Andre, Richard Long, Barry LeVa", 1976

Austin, TX, Laguna Gloria Art Museum, "Carl Andre: Sculpture 1959-1977", January 1 - February 19, 1978
Traveled to: The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH (3/2/78 - 4/16/78); The Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY; The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL; La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA; University Art Museum, Berkeley, CA; Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX; Musée d’Art Contemporain, Montréal, Canada; Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA

New York, NY, Paula Cooper Gallery, “Sculpture Exhibition: Carl Andre, Donald Judd, Tony Smith”, May 4 - June 4, 1988

New York, NY, Paula Cooper Gallery (534 W 24th St), “Carl Andre: Prospective Retrospective”, October 10 - November 24, 1996

Published ReferencesRegistry Carl Andre (catalogue raisonne of the sculptures). 2011. P. 119, no. 1975-46.

Buskirk, Martha. The Contingent of Comtemporary Art. Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 2003, p.28.

Carl Andre. The Hague: Haags Gementemuseum and Eindhoven: Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, 1987, p. 92, illus. p. 91.

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