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Opening Robert Morris. The Perceiving Body

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Public opening to the exhibition Robert Morris. The Perceiving Body.

Mudam Luxembourg announces a major, new monographic exhibition of the early work of Robert Morris (b. 1931, Kansas City, Missouri; d. 2018, Kingston, New York). An important figure in the history of American sculpture after the Second World War, Morris was a chief proponent of Minimal, Postminimal and Conceptual art. This exhibition, which was conceived in dialogue with the artist before his death in 2018, offers a rare opportunity to view significant works of the 1960s and ’70s, including examples borrowed from major public collections as well as the artist’s estate.

Robert Morris, "Untitled (Scatter Piece)", 1968-1969/2009. Collection The Art Institute of Chicago. Through prior gift of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hokin; Contemporary Art Discretionary Fund; Anonymous gift; restricted gift of Janet and Craig Duchossois; Norman Wait Harris Purchase Fund; W.L. Mead Trust Fund for the Encouragement of Art; Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Logan Fund; Restricted gift of Judith Neisser; Watson F. Blair Prize, Emile L. Wild, William H. Bartles, and Laura Slobe Memorial Prize funds
© 2020 The Estate of Robert Morris / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York