Key works from his 40 year career, during which he has redefined the status of the object in art.
In his early work, Haim Steinbach explored the limitations of Minimalism, painting calculated placements of coloured bars around monochrome squares. But as his career progressed, he decided to abandon painting and turn his focus to material linoleum, which he used to recreate a range of historical floor designs.
By the late 1970s, Steinbach was interested in how space could be used within structure, as well as the daily rituals of collecting and arranging objects. He began to place items drawn from a variety of contexts onto different kinds of shelving units - anything from handmade constructions to modular building systems.
Here, a series of Steinbach's new works - made specially for the Serpentine Gallery - are shown alongside reconfigured versions of his historical installations and a number of grid-based paintings from the early 1970s.