Two Indeterminate Lines

Two Indeterminate Lines

Bernar Venet - Two Indeterminate Lines
Photo by William J. Hebert

Bernar Venet never made preparatory drawings for this work and described each sculpture in his Indeterminate Lines series as “the result of improvised, intuitive, empirical work.” This sculpture highlights the use of industrial material, bent and twisted, to imitate a drawn line. His presence in public and private collections around the world is well known.

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Bernar Venet. Two Indeterminate Lines, 2003. Rolled steel, 95 x 122 x 105 inches. Gift of Fred and Lena Meijer. © Bernar Venet /Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York /ADAGP, Paris