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Reacting against and building upon the huge leaps and bounds British sculpture made in the 1950's with the so called 'Geometry of Fear' artists, the 1960's saw sculpture released from the confines of the plinth where it explored new materials, bright colours and introduced minimalism.
Including an introduction and bibliography, this is a collection of writings by and about the work of the 1960s minimalists, generously illustrated with photographs of paintings, sculpture, and performance.
This landmark anthology collects for the first time the key historical documents that helped give definition and purpose to the conceptual art movement.
This work documents the network of ideas that has been labelled conceptual art. Including texts by and taped discussions among and with the artists involved, the book is arranged as an annotated chronology.
Beautifully illustrated and internationally recognized as the definitive survey of Minimalism.
This autobiography traces the development of Adrian Piper's thinking about her work and that of the art world around her. The first volume documents and considers her own work, from her early installations as conceptual artist to the many alternative perspectives and personae of recent years.
A history of minimalist art, arguing that "minimalism" was not a coherent movement but a field of overlapping and sometimes opposed practices. It traces the emergence of six figures associated with the development - Carl Andre, Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, Robert Morris and Anne Truitt.
This title is the catalogue for an exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Art from 15 May to 22 August 2004.
This book presents the first comprehensive monograph of Hanne Darboven's sophisticated oeuvre.