10/16/1976 - 11/28/1976
Art Museum of South Texas
Larry Bell is a West Coast artist who came to prominence in the 60s for his reflective glass boxes. Since then he has continued to work with glass and its spatially reflective qualities. It is an attempt to create beauty out of the technological aspects of today’s life. It is also a study of the ambiguous spaces created by solid forms and the effects of light. The exhibition was organized by the Fort Worth Art Museum and is the first time Bell identifies his sculpture with an object.