Robert Irwin: Site Determined is the first exhibition to explore four decades of the artist’s outdoor environmental projects through his drawings and architectural models.
Starting with Irwin’s 1975 drawing for Window Wall, his first outdoor sculpture, the exhibition traces the gradually widening scope of Irwin’s art through such ambitious projects as his Arts Enrichment Master Plan for the Miami International Airport and his Central Garden at the J. Paul Getty Center. The exhibition culminates with twenty drawings and an architectural model for one of Irwin’s most important site-determined works to date in Marfa, Texas. From one drawing to the next, and from one project to the next, the exhibition visitor will discover an expansion of aesthetic range as well as a gradually increasing chromatic freedom.
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Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website