8 November 2015–21 February 2016
‘Liza Lou: Color Field and Solid Grey’ at the Neuberger Museum of Art brings together the artist’s largest sculpture to date, Color Field, 2012-13, as well as Lou’s ‘Gray’ and ‘Color/White’ canvases.
Color Field was originally created in Durban, South Africa, where Lou lived from 2005-2014, working with a team of nearly 30 Zulu bead-workers. The sculpture, made up of thousands of stainless steel wires sheathed in over two million glass beads, is arranged in a grid of coloured squares. The monumental work, measuring approximately 1,400 square feet, will be recreated on site at the Neuberger Museum under the artist’s direction.
‘Liza Lou: Color Field and Solid Grey’
Neuberger Museum of Art
State University of New York
135 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY 10577–1400
+1 914 251 6100
Liza Lou 'Color Field' (2012-13)
© Liza Lou. Courtesy White Cube