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We discuss the rise of minimalism in the early 7os as well as the renewed interest in materials and process.

We discuss the rise of minimalism in the early 7os as well as the renewed interest in materials and process.

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    • Primary Structures:Minimalism and Material
    • Frank Stella, Tuxedo Junction, 1960
    • Frank Stella, Damascus Gate, 1968
    • Jackie Winsor, Burnt Piece, 1973
    • Carl Andre, Steel Magnesium Plain, 1967
    • Carl Andre, Pyre, 1971
    • Donald Judd, Stack, 1967
    • Tony Smith, The Elevens Are Up, 1963
    • Dan Flavin, Monument for V. Tatlin, 1967
    • Dan Flavin, Untitled, 1972-73
    • James Turrell, Afrum, 1967
    • Eva Hesse, Hang-Up, 1966
    • Eva Hesse, Accession, 1967
    • Eva Hesse, Repetition 19, 1968
    • Louise Bourgeois, Fillette, 1968
    • Louise Bourgeois, Janus Fleuri, 1968
    • Lynda Benglis, Blatt, 1967
    • Lynda Benglis, Wing, 1970
    • Richard Serra, Splashing, 1968
    • Richard Serra at work
    • Richard Serra, Corner Prop, 1969
    • Charles Ray, Plank Piece, 1973
    • Bruce Nauman, Self-Portrait as a Fountain, 1966-67