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This volume provides the first critical retrospective of the drawings of Richard Serra (b. 1939). Over the last 40 years the artist has received international acclaim for his unprecedented sculptural forms; his transformative drawings, while lesser known, are equally important to the discussion of art after modernism. Experiential, conceptual, and perceptual, they have played a fundamental role in reshaping and redefining the medium. Featuring interviews with the artists, original scholarly texts, and more than 80 quadratone plates printed in rich blacks and ranging from his early work with charcoal and graphite to his large-scale, paintstick-on-linen pieces, this publication examine Serra’s investigation of drawing as an activity both independent from and linked to his sculptural practice. Includes a drawing chronology, comprehensive exhibition history, and selected bibliography.