Wright presents a new show “Scott Burton: Tableaux,” on the legacy of the Minimalist American sculptor who began his career as a gifted writer and critic publishing in Art in America and Artnews, before becoming an artist himself. His glorious career began in the mid 1970s, when Burton staged a series of notable Tableaux performances. For these performances he sought a more figural and representational style in the form of furniture and sculpture. His sculpture is a direct acknowledgement of the relational, give-and-take performer-audience relationship he exploited as a performer. This is clearly ingrained in his many ambitious public art commissions executed throughout the 1980s, but also in the monumental works he created as a studio artist, such as those presented here.