When Attitudes Become Form* [Bern 1969/Venice 2013](Post 2)
This recreated Eva Hesse piece, “Sans III,” was superb. It’s latex and metal. On the lower right, on the floor, you see the corner of Hesse’s “Augment” which is 17 pieces of latex on canvas. On the far left, you see part of a Bill Bollinger 1968 “Screen Piece,” and the black oval is one of the Richard Artschwager “Blp” blips that appear throughout the exhibit in sometimes odd places.
Not yet installed on the wall, or maybe they couldn’t get it for the show is Richard Tuttle’s “Pale Purple Canvas.” You can see the dotted line where it’s supposed to go.
*When Attitudes Become Form, is a recreation of Harald Szeeman’s landmark 1969 Bern Kunsthalle exhibit. Curator Germano Celant worked with artist Thomas Demand & architect Rem Koolhaas to recreate the ‘69 Bern Kunsthalle show in Fondazione Prada’s Ca’ Corner della Regina here in Venice.