WASHINGTON, DC—You can’t miss the bright red contemporary sculpture sited across from the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum. The structure by Mark di Suvero is composed of steel beams arranged in a delicate triangular configuration, appearing almost weightless.
Di Suvero’s public sculptures are exhibited widely around the world and he recently had a show at Paula Cooper Gallery in New York. A pioneer in the Abstract Expressionist movement, over the years he has founded several organizations committed to supporting new generations of artists.
Photos by Arts Observer
Detail of “Are Years What? (for Marianne Moore),” 1967 (painted steel and cable).