The NYT's Martha Schwendener had a review of (our client) Richard Serra’s current show at Gagosian Gallery in New York. She’s of course entitled to her aesthetic opinions, but the assertion that Serra hasn’t done enough to “fight for the rights of artists creating public sculpture” is just bizarre. Greg Allen has a great response here. For those interested in the Tilted Arc controversy -- and Serra’s related fight for the rights of artists creating public sculpture -- this is a good place to start.
UPDATE: More from Sergio Muñoz Sarmiento.