Torqued Ellipse UCLA
Context view; The new Eli and Edythe Broad Art Center, opening in mid-September  on north campus, features “T.E.U.C.L.A.,”a 42.5-ton torqued ellipse by Richard Serra, which has been installed on the plaza. The Serra sculpture is the first work by the artist to be on permanent view in a public space in Southern California. The Broad Art Center, designed by Richard Meier & Partners Architects, is located adjacent to the internationally renowned Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden.
Type of Worksculpture (visual work)
abstraction or non-objective, contemporary (1960 to present), site-specific installation, Neo-minimalism, environmental art, Twenty-first century, Minimal
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