Richard Tuttle: The Critical Edge

Pace Gallery
Until May 13
‘The Critical Edge’ an exhibition of recent works by Richard Tuttle, has opened at Pace London. With a focus on Tuttle’s textile creations, this exhibition explores materiality, space and three dimensionality.
The Critical Edge III, 2015, © Richard Tuttle, courtesy The Pace Gallery
'The Critical Edge' features multiple large-scale works displaying bold fabrics from New York and Maine – stitched by hand and machine, attached to MDF panels.

Together with geometric abstraction, the embroidery of each piece blurs the line between background and structure, while the subtle falling of the cloth seems to breathe life into the striking works, effecting contemplation and feelings of sensuality within the viewer.

The exhibition at Pace coincides with Richard Tuttle: 'My Birthday Puzzle' exhibiting at Modern Art, Old Street from 29 March to 13 May 2017.


Pace Gallery, 6 Burlington Gardens, Mayfair, London W1S 3ET
Tube: Green Park, Piccadilly Circus
Opening hours:
Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-6pm
Entry fee:
April 13 - May 13


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