Richard Serra, born in 1938, is probably most known for big steel sculptures. At the Somerset House, London, he presents ten drawings which are the result of a research with Mylar sheets. Throughout different layers of this transparent sheet, he is able to give a different deepness or ''transparency'', as called by the artist. The result is a series of whirls and thick layers of black matter which lies on a thin layer of transparent material.
Drawings for the courtauld, Richard Serra