Richard Tuttle

Host Arne Glimcher talks with artist Richard Tuttle in his New York studio. Richard Tuttle, a prolific postminimalist, has been a favorite of serious art collectors and an "artist's artist" since he first showed at the Betty Parsons gallery in the mid-1960s. As Richard opens up to Arne, he discusses the serendipity of his career, the dichotomy in his work between humility and grandeur, and his belief that artists never truly understand their own work.