Join Clark Richert and David Dadone as they discuss their unique insights into the inspiration behind this exhibition. This non-chronological exhibit spans five decades of Richert’s work, exploring symmetry, patterns, and geometry through painting and other media. Inspired by artist Mark Rothko’s (1903-1970) use of color and by inventor and architect Buckminster Fuller’s (1895-1983) theories on the structure of the universe, Richert’s practice explores many themes through painting and other media.
Presented in conjunction with BMoCA’s 2019 Summer Exhibition, Clark Richert: Pattern and Dimensions.
Image: Clark Richert, Triad (detail), 1967, fluorescent paint on paper. Courtesy of the artist and Gildar Gallery.