If you like the work of Richard Serra, be sure to head to the MoMA this summer. Starting today at the museum, Richard Serra Sculpture: Forty Years is on exhibition. The retrospective includes his early work in rubber and lead, as well as two works from the 90s displayed in the MoMA's sculpture garden, and three new pieces. Serra, born in California, is mostly known for his minimalist work with large steel plates.

Two of Serra's pieces - Torqued Ellipse IV (1998) and Intersection II (1992) - were on display in MoMA's Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden prior to today's opening. New at the exhibit are three sculptures from 2006 - Sequence (pictured above), Band, and Torqued Torus Inversion. Serra describes Sequence as "two different spirals connected" and says that "you cannot map the piece after you've walked it." We can definitely confirm that.

The exhibition runs from today through September 10th. The Times watched the installation of the three new pieces and reviews the exhibit as well. There's also the video of the outdoor installations.