William Tucker – Works

William Tucker, ‘Emperor’, 2002
William Tucker
Emperor, 2002
Bronze
157 (h) x 199 x 122 cm
61¾ (h) x 78¼ x 48 in
William Tucker, ‘Xanthe’, 1992
William Tucker
Xanthe, 1992
Bronze
76,2 (h) x 94 x 45,5 cm
30 (h) x 37 x 18 in
William Tucker, ‘Horse IX’, 1986
William Tucker
Horse IX, 1986
Bronze
76 (h) x 89 x 46 cm
30 (h) x 35 x 18 in
William Tucker, ‘Frenhofer’, 1998
William Tucker
Frenhofer, 1998
Bronze
210 (h) x 210 x 250 cm
82½ (h) x 82½ x 98½ in
William Tucker, ‘Dancer, after Degas’, 2020
William Tucker
Dancer, after Degas, 2020
Bronze
Height: 400 cm
13 ft
William Tucker, ‘Vermont D’, 2004
William Tucker
Vermont D, 2004
Charcoal on paper
76 x 56,5 cm
30 x 22¼ in
William Tucker, ‘Secret’, 2010
William Tucker
Secret, 2010
Bronze
138 (h) x 193 x 101 cm
54¼ (h) x 76 x 39¾ in
William Tucker, ‘Cave’, 2005
William Tucker
Cave, 2005
Bronze
144 (h) x 132 x 230 cm
56¾ (h) x 52 x 90½ in
William Tucker, ‘Study for Maria Luisa’, 1998
William Tucker
Study for Maria Luisa, 1998
Charcoal on paper
107,5 x 91,5 cm
William Tucker, ‘Oedipus I’, 2014
William Tucker
Oedipus I, 2014
Bronze
40,5 (h) x 45,5 x 18 cm
16 (h) x 18 x 7 in
William Tucker, ‘Maia’, 1995
William Tucker
Maia, 1995
Charcoal on oiled paper
82,5 x 79,5 cm
32½ x 31¼ in
William Tucker, ‘Figure Advancing’, 2018
William Tucker
Figure Advancing, 2018
Bronze
142 (h) x 190 x 129 cm
56 (h) x 74¾ x 50¾ in
William Tucker, Installation view, Buchmann Galerie, 2020
William Tucker
Installation view
Buchmann Galerie
2020
William Tucker, ‘Porte VI (1973)’, 2020
William Tucker
Porte VI (1973), 2020
Mural Engraving
267 (h) x 463 x 6 cm
105 (h) x 182¼ x 2¼ in
William Tucker, ‘Cat’s Cradle IV (1971)’, 2020
William Tucker
Cat’s Cradle IV (1971), 2020
Mural Engraving
252 (h) x 600 x 6 cm
99¼ (h) x 236¼ x 2¼ in
William Tucker, ‘Detail of Cat’s Cradle IV (1971)’, 2020
William Tucker
Detail of Cat’s Cradle IV (1971), 2020
Mural Engraving
252 (h) x 600 x 6 cm
99¼ (h) x 236¼ x 2¼ in

The wall works, Cat’s Cradle IV (1971), 2020 and Porte VI (1973), 2020 consist of 6 cm deep and 6 cm (2¼ x 2¼ in) wide incisions in the wall, which, painted black, form a negative relief. The Mural Engravings refer to three series of abstract sculptures from the early 1970s, the groups Shuttler, 1970, Cat’s Cradle, 1971, and Porte from 1973, which, composed of linear elements, derive their power from the play of spatial illusions and analytically describe space. The Mural Engravings translate essential aspects of these historical works into two-dimensionality, thus updating their relevance.
William Tucker, ‘Sculpture’, Installation view, Buchmann Galerie, 2013
William Tucker
Sculpture
Installation view
Buchmann Galerie
2013
William Tucker, ‘Untitled’, 1989
William Tucker
Untitled, 1989
Charcoal on paper
119,5 x 106,5 cm
47 x 42 in
William Tucker, ‘Tauromachy’, Installation view, 2008
William Tucker
Tauromachy
Installation view
2008
Bronze
158 (h) x 258 x 140 cm
62 (h) x 99 x 59 in
William Tucker, ‘Adam’, 1994
William Tucker
Adam, 1994
Bronze
94(h) x 94 x 73,7 cm
37(h) x 37 x 29 in
William Tucker, ‘Sculpture’, Installation view, Buchmann Galerie, 2013
William Tucker
Sculpture
Installation view
Buchmann Galerie
2013