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Artist: Richard Serra, American, born 1938, B.F.A. 1962, M.F.A. 1964, D.F.A. (HON.) 2009

Stacks

1990

Rolled steel

236.2 × 243.8 × 1233.17 cm (93 × 96 × 485 1/2 in.) each: 236.22 × 236.22 × 25.4 cm (93 × 93 × 10 in.)
Katharine Ordway Fund
1990.2.1a-b
Status: 
On view
Culture: 
American
Period: 
20th century
Classification: 
Sculpture
Bibliography: 

“”Stacks” of Complaints,” Nation (October 1989), 53–55.

Grace Glueck, “A New Site, A New Serra Work, A New Dispute,” New York Times (June 15, 1989), C15, C22.

“Another “Tilted Arc”?,” New Haven Register (August 6, 1989), D1, D5.

Walter B. Cahn, “Displaced Greats,” Yale Daily News (September 20, 1989), 2.

Heather Zorn, “Serra Sculpture Divides Yale Art Community,” Yale Herald (September 29, 1989).

Colin T. Eisler, “The Ultimate Folly,” New York Times (July 2, 1989), H3, H17.

Daniel Barbeiro, “Stacks,” Sites (September–October 1990).

Elisabeth Hodermarsky, “Katharine Ordway, Guardian of Nature and of Art,” Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin (2002): 88, fig. 9.

Richard Serra, “Serra at Yale,” Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin (2003): 26–39, ill.

Stephen V. Kobasa, “Moving Sculpture,” New Haven Advocate (March 15, 2007), 32.

Melissa Doerken, “Sinking Stacks,” Dimensions 2, no. 2 (May 2007): 6–10, ill.

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