David Zwirner and Radius Books published Fred Sandback: Decades on the occasion of the artist's 2012 exhibition at the New York gallery. The show presented sculptures and drawings spanning 1969 to 2000, representing each decade of Sandback's career. The publication featues an illustrated chronology from 1968 to 2008, with selected biographical and bibliographical material, as well as new scholarship on Sandback by art historian James Lawrence.
Fred Sandback designed an installation of works from throughout his career that is on permanent view at the Dia Art Foundation in Beacon, New York. Sandback adjusted the works for the space and their relation to one another, slightly changing measurements, proportions, and the hue of the yarn.
The Dia Art Foundation is committed to advancing, realizing, and preserving the vision of artists. Part of its mission is fulfilled by the realization of long-term installations like Sandback's.
Pictured below: Installation view of Fred Sandback's work at Dia:Beacon, New York