Larry Bell



Larry Bell’s work reflects a lifelong investigation into the physical properties of light, the materials it hits, and the spaces in which to create work. Equally tangible is his passion for playing with those properties with reverence and a spontaneity that belies or even defies the impressively technical nature of his practice.

From his earliest experimental paintings in the late 1950’s to the glass cubes and standing glass-panel sculptures of the 1960’s and 1970’s, his experimentation with vapor drawings in the 1980’s and his most recent “mirage works” and “light knot”sculptures, Bell’s career reads as one long and beautiful experiment in the properties of light on surface, and the relationship of surface to space.

With a new essay by Robin Clark and an interview with the artist conducted by Cliff Lauson, this is the definitive survey of Larry Bell’s career.


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Weight 3.6 lbs
Dimensions 11.5 × 9.75 × 1.0 in

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