About the Author
Larry Bell was born in 1939 and lives and works between Los
Angeles, CA and Taos, NM. He has exhibited widely, including the
group exhibitions 'Larry Bell, Robert Irwin, Doug Wheeler', Tate
Britain, London (1970); '11 Los Angeles Artists', Hayward Gallery,
London (1971) and 'Phenomenal', Museum of Contemporary Art San
Diego (2011). Solo exhibitions include the Pasadena Art Museum,
California (1972); Fort Worth Art Museum, Dallas, Texas (1975 and
1977); Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (1986); Denver Art
Museum, Colorado (1995) Carre d'Art Musee d'art Contemporain de
Nimes, France (2011) and The Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas
(2014). He is represented by White Cube and Hauser & Worth
Robin Clark is a writer, curator, and art historian, and
director of the Artist Initiative at SFMoMA. She is the author of
Phenomenal, acknowledged as one of the most comprehensive
surveys of the Light and Space movement, and lectured on Bell's
work at the Chinati Foundation in 2014.
Cliff Lauson is Curator at the Hayward Gallery, Southbank
Centre, in London. Since arriving in 2009 he has curated major
exhibitions of work by Martin Creed, Ernesto Neto, Tracey Emin, and
Ron Terada, and the critically-acclaimed group exhibitions Light
Show and History Is Now: 7 Artists Take On Britain.
Cliff was previously Assistant Curator at Tate Modern.