American artist Richard Tuttle is probably one of the most inventive and seminal contemporary artists. Since the 1960s Richard Tuttle’s artistic involvement shows a bountless curiosity and eagerness avoiding any kind of classification. His creative concept is mostly based on the idea of permanent change and innovation as a consequence thereof. Using everyday materials for his fragile, small and subtle paintings as well as sculptural objects and large-size installations, Tuttle achieves poetical compositions. That he explores new possibilities with each project, always making high demands on form, color, material and print, is also evident in the multiples, artist’s books and catalogues.