Rob Marks

Rob Marks writes about art and aesthetic philosophy. He has published regularly on the museum experience for Art Practical and Daily Serving, and extensively on the work of Richard Serra, including two essays that explore how SFMOMA allocates space: ‘Site Unseen, Time Unbound: The Double Life of Richard Serra’s Gutter Corner Splash,’ in June in X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly, and ‘Sequence’s Travels Into Several Notions of the Museum,’ which Art Practical published in April 2015. 

Fort Winfield Scott, San Francisco, USA

BY Rob Marks | 24 OCT 16

The reopening of SFMOMA

BY Rob Marks | 23 MAY 16