Richard Tuttle is an unconventional artist. Many of Tuttle’s works are small pieces made of unusual materials, such as wire, or string, and many are both sculptures and paintings. Utilizing a wide variety of materials and possessing a unique sensibility, Tuttle produces works which confound art critics and museumgoers. Richard Tuttle: Never Not an Artist explores Tuttle’s work and critical response to it. The film examines Tuttle’s art and its impact in several locations: his home in New Mexico, in New York with collectors, and in Miami Beach, where Tuttle was chosen to create a rather large piece of public art.
A project done for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Twelve Films.