Richard Serra’s “risk-taking masculinity”

Art historian Jonathan Katz discusses the hyper-masculinity of Richard Serra's process, which was influenced by painters such as Jackson Pollock. He describes how Serra adapted the process of splashing, dripping, and throwing to his practice as a sculptor.

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