Richard Tuttle: Never Not An Artist – opening titles

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.