Richard Serra: Films

Jun 20–Sep 3, 2007


Richard Serra. Railroad Turnbridge. 1976. 16mm film (black and white, silent). Circulating Film & Video Library

On the occasion of MoMA’s Richard Serra Sculpture: Forty Years exhibition, the Museum presents a selection of 16mm films drawn from MoMA’s Circulating Film and Video Library and made by the artist between 1968 and 1979. These films will be shown each month throughout the duration of the exhibition. All films from the U.S.


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