One of my favorite pieces by Richard Serra is "Sequence". I specifically went to the museum to see this piece and was surprised by the number of Rodin's owned by the museum.
The larger Rodin pieces are located outside and can be visited anytime and include "The Gates of Hell" as well as a number of the larger individual statues. Rodin's work is exceptional. I find something new in them each time I see one.
The Serra can only be visited when the museum is open, but is well worth the entry fee. When installed at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, it was indoors. I hadn't realized what a difference location would make to such a large installation. The name Sequence fits much better in this outdoor location. Shadows and light play off the sides as you wander around inside the piece. The thick steel walls curve and tilt, which adds interest. The steel itself responds to the weather, changing shading.
There are quite a few of Rodin's smaller pieces inside the museum, and well worth seeing.
We were on a short schedule and unable to see much more of the museum. We would like to go back and see the other paintings and artwork available.
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