When: Sat., March 12, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. 2022
A leading figure of Southern California’s Light and Space movement, Larry Bell explores the intersections of light, color, and volume through glass. In the early 1960s he began experimenting with the perceptual experience that unfolds for the spectator as one encounters a sculpture in its environment by vacuum-coating panels of glass with metallic particles to create reflective and translucent surfaces and forms. This exhibition at Dia Beacon brings together a focused selection of Bell’s early sculptures from key small cubes to one of his first free-standing sculptures, Standings Walls (1968), now in Dia’s collection.
Price: Included in the price of admission