A site-specific, permanent commission by Larry Bell is on display in the sculpture garden of the Venet Foundation in southern France. Something Green, 2017, consists of three cubes made of transparent green glass and is displayed alongside other monumental sculptures by artists including Sol LeWitt, Richard Long, Arman, Frank Stella, Tony Cragg, Tony Smith, Anthony Caro, Philip King, Carl Andre, Robert Morris and Ulrich Rückriem.
The Venet Foundation was founded in 2014 by French conceptual artist Bernar Venet. The collection is built upon Venet’s friendship with a roster of minimal and conceptual artists, which is displayed alongside his own creations from the past 50 years throughout the Foundation’s galleries and sculpture garden.
Venet Foundation Reception
53 Chemin du Moulin des Serres
83490 Le Muy
15 June–15 September 2017
Guided visits to the Venet Foundation’s exhibitions are offered on Thursday afternoons and all day Friday at pre-set times. Visits last approximately 1.5 hours. Access to the site is prohibited without a reservation.
Larry Bell, ‘Something Green’, 2017
© the artist. Photo: Venet Foundation