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Aula - Minimalismo

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Aula - Minimalismo

  1. 1. ANDRE, Carl Copper-Aluminum Plain 1969 Copper and aluminum, 3/8 x 72 x 72 in
  2. 2. ANDRE, Carl Pyre (Element Series) Conceived in 1960 and executed in 1971 Each: 30.5 x 30.5 x 91.4 cm. Overall: 121.9 x 91.4 x 91.4 cm
  3. 3. ANDRE, Carl Equivalent I-VIII 1966 Sand-lime bricks, 2 x 2 x 9 in Installation: Tibor di Naagy Gallery, NY
  4. 4. ANDRE, Carl Herm 1976 Western red cedar, 36 x 11 x 11 in
  5. 5. ANDRE, Carl Stile (Element Series), New York 1960 (proposed) / New York 1975 (made) Private collection, Installation Museum Kurhaus Kleve. Photo: Achim Kukulies, Düsseldorf
  6. 6. JUDD, Donald Untitled (box with trough) 1963 Light cadmium red oil on wood, 19 x 45 x 30 in © Donald Judd
  7. 7. JUDD, Donald Untitled (box with trough), detail 1963 Light cadmium red oil on wood © Donald Judd
  8. 8. JUDD, Donald Untitled (91-8 Ballantine) 1991 Cadmium red oil on plywood and aluminum, 49.5 x 114.3 x 76.2 cm
  9. 9. JUDD, Donald Untitled 1964 Madera y metal, 86,5 x 122 x 49,5 cm
  10. 10. JUDD, Donald Untitled 1967 (refabricated 1973-75) Lacquer on galvanized iron, 65.1 x 194.6 x 37.2 cm MoMA Gift of Philip Johnson (by exchange)
  11. 11. JUDD, Donald Untitled 1967 Blue lacquer on galvanized iron, 14 1/2 x 76 1/2 x 25 1/2 in The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, The Barry Lowen Collection
  12. 12. JUDD, Donald Untitled 1966 Galvanized iron; 7 units, 9 x 40 x 31 in Private collection
  13. 13. JUDD, Donald Untitled 1969 Copper, ten units with 9-inch intervals, 22.9 x 101.6 x 78.7 cm each; 457.2 x 101.6 x 78.7 cm Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Panza Collection 91.3713 Art © Judd Foundation. Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY
  14. 14. JUDD, Donald Untitled 1966
  15. 15. MORRIS, Albert Untitled (L-beams) 1965 (installation view, Art in Place: Fifteen Years of Acquisitions, Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989)
  16. 16. FLAVIN, Dan Puerto Rican Light (to Jeanie Blake) 2, 1965 Red, pink, and yellow fluorescent lights. Height 96 in. (243.8 cm)
  17. 17. FLAVIN, Dan Untitled (to a man, George McGovern) 1972 Warm-while fluorescent light
  18. 18. LeWitt, Sol Nine-part Modular Cube 1977 Baked enamel on aluminum,219.7 x 219.7 x 219.7 cm Ada Turnbull Hertle Fund © 2008 The Estate of Sol LeWitt
  19. 19. LeWitt, Sol (Hartford, 1928 – New York, 2007) Costruzione cubica, 1971
  20. 20. LeWitt, Sol Corner Piece No. 2 (from Cube structures based on nine modules) 1976 Painted wood, 109.9 x 109.9 x 109.9 cm
  21. 21. LeWitt, Sol Two Open Modular Cubes/Half-Off 1972 Enamel on aluminium, 1600 x 3054 x 2330 mm Tate, Purchased 1974
  22. 22. LeWitt, Sol Incomplete Open Cube 1974 Painted aluminum, 42 x 42 x 42 in
  23. 23. JOHNS, Jasper Flag 1954-55 (dated on reverse 1954) Encaustic, oil, and collage on fabric mounted on plywood, three panels, 107.3 x 153.8 cm Gift of Philip Johnson in honor of Alfred H. Barr, Jr.MoMA © 2014 Jasper Johns / Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY
  24. 24. WARHOL, Andy Marilyn Monroe 1967
  25. 25. Frank Stella, installation at Leo Castelli Gallery, NY 1960
  26. 26. STELLA, Frank Avicenna 1960 Aluminum paint on canvas, 6’ x 6’
  27. 27. STELLA, Frank Marquis de Portago 1970 Screenprint in light gray and lithograph in metallic silver with varnish on Special Arjomari paper
  28. 28. STELLA, Frank Ouray 1960-61 Cooper paint on canvas
  29. 29. STELLA, Frank Telluride (1960-61) , Creede I (1961), Creede II (1961)
  30. 30. STELLA, Frank Lake City 1962
  31. 31. Frank Stella, 1964, photo by Ugo Mulas
  32. 32. STELLA, Frank Ophir 1960-61 Copper oil paint on canvas 250.2 x 210.2 cm
  33. 33. STELLA, Frank Telluride 1960-61 Copper paint on canvas, 87 x 84 in
  34. 34. STELLA, Frank 1ª versão "Luis Miguel Dominguín“ 1960 Aluminum paint on canvas
  35. 35. STELLA, Frank
  36. 36. STELLA, Frank Newstead Abbey 1960 Aluminium paint on canvas, 300 x 182 cm Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  37. 37. STELLA, Frank Leo Castelli Gallery, 1964
  38. 38. STELLA, Frank Empress of India 1965 Metallic powder in polymer emulsion paint on canvas, 195.6 x 548.6 cm Gift of S. I. Newhouse, Jr.MoMA © 2014 Frank Stella / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
  39. 39. STELLA, Frank Empress of India 1965 Metallic powder in polymer emulsion paint on canvas, 195.6 x 548.6 cm Gift of S. I. Newhouse, Jr.MoMA © 2014 Frank Stella / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
  40. 40. STELLA, Frank De la nada vida a la nada muerte 1965 Emulsion with metallic paint on canvas, 205.7 x 744.2 cm Ada S. Garrett Prize Fund © 2014 Frank Stella / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
  41. 41. ANDRE, Carl First ladder 1958
  42. 42. ANDRE, Carl Last Ladder 1959 Pine, 2140 x 156 x 156 mm Tate, Purchased 1972
  43. 43. ANDRE, Carl Pyramid 1959 Wood, 2" x 4" fir Destroyed 74-unit stack © Carl Andre/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery, New York
  44. 44. ANDRE, Carl Pyramid (Square Plan) 1959 (destroyed), 1970 (remade) Wood (Fir), 1 m 74.96 cm x 78.74 cm x 78.74 cm Dallas Museum of Art, General Acquisitions Fund and matching funds from The 500, Inc. © Carl Andre / Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY
  45. 45. ANDRE, Carl Convex Pyramide 1959-2000 African Walnut each: 4.4 x 10.1 x 57.8 cm overall: 192 x 57.8 x 57.8 cm
  46. 46. ANDRE, Carl The way north, south and west (uncarved blocks) Western red cedar, 4 units: each 30.5 x 30.5 x 91.5 cm; 91.5 x 122.0 x 152.5 cm installed John Kaldor Family Collection at the Art Gallery of New South Wales
  47. 47. MORRIS, Robert Untitled (Corner Piece) 1964 Painted plywood, 198.1 x 274.3 cm Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Panza Collection © 2014 Robert Morris / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: David Heald © SRGF
  48. 48. MORRIS, Robert Untitled 1965, reconstructed 1971 Mirror Glass and wood, 914 x 914 x 914 mm Tate, Purchased 1972
  49. 49. MORRIS, Robert Untitled (Ring with Light) 1965-66 Plywood, acrylics, plexi, fluorescent light, 60 x 35,6 x 246 cm
  50. 50. MORRIS, Robert Slab (cloud) 1973 Painted aluminium painted aluminium, 30.0 x 243.8 x 243.8 cm Purchased 1979 National Gallery of Australia © Robert Morris/ ARS. Licensed by Viscopy
  51. 51. Robert Morris Installation at the Green Gallery, 1963
  52. 52. MORRIS, Robert Untitled (L Beams), originally plywood, later versions made in fiberglass and stainless steel, 8 x 8 x 2 feet, 1965
  53. 53. MORRIS, Robert Untitled 1969 Felt, 459.2 x 184.1 x 2.5 cm The Gilman Foundation FundMoMA © 2014 Robert Morris / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
  54. 54. JUDD, Donald Untitled 1966
  55. 55. JUDD, Donald Untitled 1968 Brass, 55.9 x 122.6 x 91.4 cm Gift of Philip Johnson, MoMA
  56. 56. JUDD, Donald Untitled 1968 Brass, 55.9 x 122.6 x 91.4 cm Gift of Philip Johnson, MoMA
  57. 57. JUDD, Donald Untitled 1978 Douglas Fir plywood, 49.5 cm x 114.3 cm x 77.5 cm Pace Gallery, NY, US
  58. 58. JUDD, Donald Untitled 1978 Stainless steel and green anodized aluminium 10 Units, Each: 23 x 101.6 x 78.7 cm Saatchi Gallery, UK
  59. 59. JUDD, Donald Untitled 1966/68 Stainless steel and Plexiglas in six parts, 86.36 × 86.36 × 86.36 cm Milwaukee Art Museum, Layton Art Collection, Michael Tropea © Judd Foundation/Licensed by VAGA, NY
  60. 60. JUDD, Donald Untitled 1966 Stainless steel and yellow Plexiglas. Six 34 inch cubes
  61. 61. JUDD, Donald Untitled 1966/68 Stainless steel and Plexiglas in six parts, 86.36 × 86.36 × 86.36 cm Milwaukee Art Museum, Layton Art Collection, Michael Tropea © Judd Foundation/Licensed by VAGA, NY
  62. 62. JUDD, Donald Untitled (Bernstein 81-83) (in 4 parts) 1981 Stainless steel and Plexiglas, 50 x 100 x 50 cm
  63. 63. JUDD, Donald Untitled 1982 Aluminum and violet Plexiglas, 100 x 100 x 37 cm
  64. 64. 15 untitled works in concrete, 1980-1984 The fifteen concrete works by Donald Judd that run along the border of Chinati's property (Chinati Foundation, Marfa, TX) were the first works to be installed at the museum and were cast and assembled on the site over a four-year period, from 1980 through 1984. The individual units that comprise each work have the same measurements of 2.5 x 2.5 x 5 meters, and are made from concrete slabs that are each 25 centimeters thick. Funding for the project was provided by the Dia Art Foundation
  65. 65. JUDD, Donald 15 untitled works in concrete 1980-1984, detail Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas
  66. 66. JUDD, Donald 15 untitled works in concrete 1980-1984, detail Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas
  67. 67. JUDD, Donald 15 untitled works in concrete 1980-1984, detail Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas
  68. 68. JUDD, Donald Untitled (Menziken 89-6) 1989 Anodized aluminum clear and blue with blue Plexiglas, 100 × 200 × 200 cm
  69. 69. JUDD, Donald Untitled 1991 Painted aluminum, 150 x 750 x 165 cm Bequest of Richard S. Zeisler and gift of Abby Aldrich Rockefeller (both by exchange) and gift of Kathy Fuld, Agnes Gund, Patricia Cisneros, Doris Fisher, Mimi Haas, Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis, and Emily Spiegel, MoMA
  70. 70. JUDD, Donald Untitled, 100 works in mill aluminum 1982-1986, detail Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas
  71. 71. JUDD, Donald Untitled, 100 works in mill aluminum 1982-1986, detail Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas
  72. 72. JUDD, Donald Untitled 1976 Plywood, 3 x 5 x 5 ft
  73. 73. FLAVIN, Dan Ursula one and two picture 1/3 1964
  74. 74. FLAVIN, Dan Untitled (to Jan and Ron Greenberg) 1972-73 Yellow and green fluorescent light 244 cm high, in a corridor measuring 244 cm high and 244 cm wide; length variable, edition 1/3 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Panza Collection © 2014 Stephen Flavin/Artists Rights Society (ARS). Installation view: drawings and diagrams from Dan Flavin 1963-1972; corners, barriers, and corridors in flourescent light from Dan Flavin, St. Louis Art Museum, Missouri, January 26–March 11, 1973
  75. 75. FLAVIN, Dan Untitled (to Jan and Ron Greenberg) 1972-73 Installation view: Arte Minimal: Coleccion Panza, Museo nacional centro de arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, March 24–December 31, 1988 Photo: Raphael Lobato
  76. 76. FLAVIN, Dan Nine works 197-1983 Installation view at The Dan Flavin Art Institute
  77. 77. SMITH, Tony Throne 1956-57 Steel, painted black, 71 x 99 x 81 cm
  78. 78. SMITH, Tony Marriage 1961 Steel, painted black, 305 x 305 x 366 cm
  79. 79. SMITH, Tony Cigarette 1961 (fabricated 1971) Painted steel, 459.2 x 777.2 x 566.3 cm Mrs. Simon Guggenheim FundMoMA © 2014 Estate of Tony Smith / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
  80. 80. SMITH, Tony Spitball 1961 Painted steel, 350.5 x 426.7 x 426.7 cm Purchased as the gift of Ryda and Robert H. Levi, Baltimore Museum
  81. 81. SMITH, Tony Gracehoper (at the DIA) 1961 Welded steel and paint, 6.91 m × 7.3 m × 14 m
  82. 82. SMITH, Tony Duck 1962-63 Painted steel, 345.4 x 421.6 x 281.9 cm The Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Garden at PepsiCo (Purchase, New York),April 28, 2009
  83. 83. SMITH, Tony Amaryllis 1965 Painted steel, 342.9 x 325.1 x 228.6 cm The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY Anonymous Gift, 1986 © 2011 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
  84. 84. KAPOOR, Anish Cloud Gate (2004, Stainless Steel) Photo credit: Natasha Mikitas
  85. 85. KAPOOR, Anish Cloud Gate 2004 Stainless steel, 33 ft × 66 ft × 42 ft Millennium Park, Chicago. Courtesy of the City of Chicago and Gladstone Gallery, New York Photo: Peter J. Schulz, City of Chicago
  86. 86. KAPOOR, Anish Sky Mirror 2006 Stainless steel, 35 ft diameter presented by Tumi at Rockefeller Center Organized by Public Art Fund, hosted by Tishman Speyer, on view Sep 19 – Oct 27, 2006 Photo: Seong Kwon Photography Courtesy: Public Art Fund
  87. 87. KAPOOR, Anish
  88. 88. KAPOOR, Anish
  89. 89. NETO, Ernesto Célula Nave 2004
  90. 90. NETO, Ernesto
  91. 91. NETO, Ernesto It Happens in the Horizon of Events, Garden 2001-07 Lycra tulle, polyamide, stockings, stones and gravel, 8 × 98 × 98‘ Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, 2007 Photo: Keizo Kioku. Courtesy of the artist
  92. 92. NETO, Ernesto Our Mist into the Mith 2008 Wood, nylon tulle, cotton, spices and sobakawa, 650 x 760 x 930 cm
  93. 93. Stonehenge, Condado de Wiltshire, Inglaterra, 2014-08-12
  94. 94. SMITHSON, Robert Spiral Jetty 1970 Mud, Precipitated salt crystals, Rocks, Water, 4.572 m × 457.2 m Rozel Point, Great Salt Lake, Utah, US
  95. 95. SMITHSON, Robert Spiral Jetty 1970
  96. 96. SMITHSON, Robert Amarillo Ramp Tecovas Lake, Amarillo, Texas 1973
  97. 97. SMITHSON, Robert Asphalt Rundown, Rome, October 1969
  98. 98. HEIZER, Michael Double Negative 1969-70 50 miles NE of Las Vegas, Five miles E of Overton, Nevada Coordinates:36.614391, -114.344513
  99. 99. HEIZER, Michael Double Negative 1969-70
  100. 100. HEIZER, Michael Double Negative 1969-70
  101. 101. HEIZER, Michael Rift # 1 of Nine Nevada Depressions (deteriorated) 1968 1.5 ton displacement on the bottom of a dry lake bed Width: (cm) 4500, Height (cm): 15800, Depth (cm): 300 Massacre Dry Lake, Nevada Imageworks, Art, Architecture and Engineering Library, University of Michigan
  102. 102. De MARIA, Walter The Lightning Field, 1977 Long-term installation in Western New Mexico Courtesy Dia Art Foundation, New York. Photo: John Cliett
  103. 103. De MARIA, Walter The Lightning Field, Nuevo México 1977
  104. 104. De MARIA, Walter The Lightning Field Catron Country 1977 Western New Mexico Photo: Dia Art Foundation
  105. 105. De MARIA, Walter The Broken Kilometer 1979 Long-term installation at 393 West Broadway, New York City. Photo: Jon Abbott Copyright Dia Art Foundation
  106. 106. Christo and Jeanne-Claude PROJECT 1: Wrapped Coast – One Million Square Feet, Little Bay, Sydney, Australia, 1968–69 Photo: Harry Shunk
  107. 107. Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Running Fence, Sonoma and Marin Counties, California, 1972–76, © Christo, 1976 Photo by Wolfgang Volz
  108. 108. LONG, Richard Silence Circle Big Bend Texas 1990 Photograph, black and white, on paper and typescript, 830 x 1121 mm Purchased with assistance from the American Fund for the Tate Gallery, courtesy of Edwin C. Cohen and General Atlantic Partners 1991
  109. 109. LONG, Richard Walking a Line in Peru, 1972
  110. 110. LONG, Richard A Circle in Ireland 1975 Photograph, colour on paper, 810 x 1115 mm ARTIST ROOMS Tate and National Galleries of Scotland. Lent by Anthony d'Offay 2010
  111. 111. LONG, Richard Circle in Africa 1978 Photograph, black and white, on paper, 820 x 1120 mm Tate, UK Purchased 1994
  112. 112. LONG, Richard Circle Tuareg Sahara 1988
  113. 113. LONG, Richard Sahara line 1988
  114. 114. BURRI, Alberto Cretto di Gibellina, 1968
  115. 115. BURRI, Alberto Gibellina, il Cretto di Burri
  116. 116. BURRI, Alberto Cretto di Gibellina, 1968
  117. 117. BURRI, Alberto Bianco Cretto C1 1973 Tecnica mista su cellotex, 150 x 125 cm
  118. 118. HESSE, Eva Accession II 1968 (1969) Galvanized steel and vinyl, 78.1 x 78.1 x 78.1 cm DIA-Detroit Institute of Arts - Detroit, MI
  119. 119. HESSE, Eva Repetition Nineteen I 1967 Paint and papier-mâché on aluminum screening, 19 units (one missing), 23.2 to 26.6 cm x 16.5 to 23.2 cm in diameter Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Murray CharashMoMA © 2014 Estate of Eva Hesse. Galerie Hauser & Wirth, Zurich
  120. 120. HESSE, Eva Repetition Nineteen III 1968 Fiberglass and polyester resin, nineteen units, 48 to 51 cm x 27.8 to 32.2 cm in diameter Gift of Charles and Anita BlattMoMA © 2014 Estate of Eva Hesse. Galerie Hauser & Wirth, Zurich
  121. 121. HESSE, Eva Area 1968
  122. 122. HESSE, Eva Enclosed from the set: 7 Objects/69 1969 Tape, liquid rubber, powder, and balloons, 7 1/2 x 3 x 1 5/8 " ArtScience Museum
  123. 123. HESSE, Eva Connection 1969 Fiberglass, polyester resin on cloth-covered metal wire, 20 units, each 40.6 to 166.4 X 2.5 to 7.6 cm
  124. 124. HESSE, Eva Expanded Expansion 1969 Fiberglass, polyester resin, latex, and cheesecloth, 309.9 x 762 cm Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Gift, Family of Eva Hesse 75.2138 © Eva Hesse. Photo: David Heald (1986, New York)
  125. 125. HESSE, Eva Tori 1969 Polyester, resin, and fiberglass on wire mesh, 119.4 x 43.2 x 38.1 cm Philadelphia Museum of Art, US
  126. 126. HESSE, Eva Test Piece for “Contingent” 1969 Latex over cheesecloth, 365.8 x 111.8 cm National Gallery of Art, Washington DC Gift of the Collectors Committee
  127. 127. HESSE, Eva Contingent 1969 Cheesecloth, latex, fibreglass installation (variable), 350.0 x 630.0 x 109.0 cm National Gallery of Australia Purchased 1973 Courtesy The Estate of Eva Hesse, Galerie Hauser & Wirth, Zurich
  128. 128. HESSE, Eva
  129. 129. SERRA, Richard Photo: Gianfranco Gorgoni 1969 Gelatin silver print, 27.7 x 35.2 cm
  130. 130. Installed Castelli Warehouse Richard Serra, Casting 1969 10 x 765 x 455 cm
  131. 131. SERRA, Richard To Lift 1967 Vulcanized rubber. 36 x 80 x 60 in Courtesy David Zwirner Gallery Photo: Peter Moore © 2013 Richard Serra/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
  132. 132. SERRA, Richard (left to right) 1. Shovel Plate Prop 1969 - Plate, 99.1cm x 2m x 2.5 cm, Photograph by Peter Moore 2. Close Pin Prop 1969 - Pole, 2.5 m; 8.9 cm diam.; tube, 101.9 cm long 15.2 cm diam., Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NY, Panza Collection 3. Wall Plate Prop 1969 - Two plates: 88.9 x 88.9 cm; 101.6 x101.6 cm, Collection the artist 4. Right Angle Prop 1969 - Plate: 182.9 x 182.9 x 1.3 cm, angle: 91.4 x 61 x 86.4 cm, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NY, funds by The Theidoron Foundation
  133. 133. SERRA, Richard Shovel Plate Prop 1969 Steel, 203 x 213.4 x 81.3 cm; plate: 101.2 x 199.5 x 2.4 cm; tube: 144.9 cm long xv24.2 cm in diameter Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Panza Collection © 2014 Richard Serra / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
  134. 134. SERRA, Richard Right Angle Prop 1969 Lead antimony, 182.9 x 182.9 x 86.4 cm Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Purchased with funds contributed by The Theodoron Foundation © 2014 Richard Serra/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York Photo: David Heald
  135. 135. SERRA, Richard Corner prop 1969
  136. 136. SERRA, Richard Prop 1968 (refabricated 2007) Lead antimony, approximately 227.3 × 152.4 × 137.2 cm Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase with funds from the Howard and Jean Lipman Foundation, Inc. © 2009 Richard Serra / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
  137. 137. SERRA, Richard Cutting Device: Base Plate Measure 1969 Lead, wood, stone, and steel, 30.5 x 549 x 498 Gift of Philip JohnsonMoMA © 2014 Richard Serra / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
  138. 138. SERRA, Richard Stacked Steels Slabs (Skullcracker Series) 1969 Hot rolled steel, approx. 20 x 8 x 10‘ Installed: Kaiser Steel, Fontana, CA
  139. 139. SERRA, Richard
  140. 140. SERRA, Richard 2+2+1 for Dickie & Tina 1969 Lead plates 4'x4', half inch thick
  141. 141. SERRA, Richard 2-2-1: To Dickie and Tina 1969, 1994 Lead, 1320 x 3490 x 1320 mm Tate Purchased with assistance from the American Fund for the Tate Gallery 1997
  142. 142. SERRA, Richard Circuit II 1972-86 Hot-rolled steel, four plates, each 304.5 x 609 x 2.6 cm The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Enid A. Haupt and S. I. Newhouse, Jr. Funds, 1986
  143. 143. SERRA, Richard
  144. 144. SERRA, Richard Delineator 1974-75 Hot-rolled steel, two plates, each 595 x 300 x 2,5 cm Collection of the artist © 2011, ProLitteris, Zürich Photo: Serra Studio, New York / © 2011, Gordon Matta-Clark
  145. 145. SERRA, Richard Delineator 1974-75 Hot-rolled steel, Two plates, each: 2.5 cm x 3.1 m x 7.9 m Gift of Edward R. Broida and Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Morton J. Hornick (both by exchange)MoMA © 2014 Richard Serra / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
  146. 146. SERRA, Richard Sight Point, 1972
  147. 147. SERRA, Richard Sight Point, 2012
  148. 148. SERRA, Richard "7“ Almost 80-foot high, 7 steel plates - each 78 feet high and 8 feet wide - arranged in a heptagonal or seven-sided shape It was unveiled in 2011 and is the tallest artwork ever created by Serra It celebrates the spiritual and scientific significance of the number 7 in Islamic culture Museum of islamic Art, Doha, Qatar
  149. 149. SERRA, Richard Berlin Block (For Charlie Chaplin), 1978
  150. 150. SERRA, Richard Berlin Block (for Charlie Chaplin) 1977 Stahlblock, 190,5 x 190,5 x 190,5 cm Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin
  151. 151. SERRA, Richard Tilted Arc 1981 Steel, New York City (destroyed)
  152. 152. SERRA, Richard Tilted Arc 1981 Federal Plaza, Manhattan
  153. 153. SERRA, Richard Tilted Arc 1981 Federal Plaza, Manhattan
  154. 154. SERRA, Richard Tilted Arc 1981 Steel, New York City (destroyed) Photo © 1985 David Aschkenas
  155. 155. SERRA, Richard Tilled Arc 1981
  156. 156. SERRA, Richard Clara-Clara 1983 Acier, 370 x 332 x 5,1 cm et 370 x 328 x 5,1 cm Installation dans le jardin des Tuileries à Paris (coll. Ville de Paris. © Dirk Reinartz)
  157. 157. SERRA, Richard Clara-Clara 1983 Jardin des Tuileries, Paris
  158. 158. SERRA, Richard Clara-Clara 1983 Jardin des Tuileries, Paris
  159. 159. SERRA, Richard
  160. 160. SERRA, Richard Equal (Corner Prop Piece) 1969-70 Lead antinomy, Plate 122 x 122 x 2 cm, pole210 cm long x11 cm in diameter Gilman Foundation FundMoMA © 2014 Richard Serra / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
  161. 161. SERRA, Richard Two Forged Rounds for Buster Keaton, 1991 Forged steel, 2 elements: 162.6 x 226.1 cm
  162. 162. SERRA, Richard Intersection II 1992-93 Weatherproof steel, four identical conical sections, two sections 400 x 1570 along the chord x 5.4 cm thick; two sections 400 cm x 1550 cm along the chord x 5.4 cm
  163. 163. SERRA, Richard Intersection II 1992-93 Weatherproof steel, four identical conical sections, two sections 400 x 1570 along the chord x 5.4 cm thick; two sections 400 cm x 1550 cm along the chord x 5.4 cm
  164. 164. SERRA, Richard Torqued Torus Inversion and Sequence, 2006 Weatherproof steel, two torqued toruses, each overall: 3.9 x 11 x 17.9 m, plate: 5.1 cm thick Collection the artist
  165. 165. SERRA, Richard Betwixt the Torus and the Sphere (detail), 2001 Weatherproof steel, three spherical sections, three torus sections, 360.7 x 1143 x 810.3cm Photo by Rob McKeever
  166. 166. SERRA, Richard Torqued Ellipse II, 1996, and Double Torqued Ellipse, 1997, DIA
  167. 167. SERRA, Richard Torqued Ellipse I, à esquerda; Torqued Ellipse II, à direita e Double Torqued Ellipse, ao fundo Foto: Dirk Reinartz
  168. 168. SERRA, Richard Torqued ellipses
  169. 169. SERRA, Richard Installation by the American artist Richard Serra at the Guggenheim. Photograph: Vincent West/Reuters
  170. 170. SERRA, Richard Double Torqued Ellipse Weatherproof steel, Outer ellipse, overall: 4×10.2×8.3 m, inner ellipse, overall: 4×8×2.5 m, plates: 5.1 cm thick Dia Foundation, New York. Gift of Louise and Leonard Riggio. Photographed by Dirk Reinartz. Courtesy of the artist and Gagosian Gallery
  171. 171. SERRA, Richard Torqued Ellipse II
  172. 172. SERRA, Richard Torqued Ellipse IV 1998 Weatherproof steel, 373.4 x 807.7 x 990.6 cm The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Fractional and promised gift of Leon and Debra Black, 1999. (c) 2007 Richard Serra / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York Photo: Lorenz Kienzle
  173. 173. SERRA, Richard Torqued Spiral (Closed Open Closed Open Closed) (Espiral bihurritua (itxita zabalik itxita zabalik itxita)), 2003 Weathering steel, 14 x 13.1 x 14.1 m; plate thickness: 5 cm Guggenheim Bilbao Museoa GBM2005.1 © 2012 Richard Serra/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
  174. 174. SERRA, Richard 58 x 64 x 70, 1996 Forged steel blocks, 6 blocks: 147.3 x 162.6 x 177.8 cm Installation at Gagosian Gallery, SoHo
  175. 175. SERRA, Richard No Mandatory Patriotism 1989 Paintstik on two sheets of paper, 236.5 x 510.9 cm Partial and promised gift of UBSMoMA © 2014 Richard Serra / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
  176. 176. SERRA, Richard Exhibition copy of "Pacific Judson Murphy" (1978) Paintstick on Belgian linen by Richard Serra two parts: 285 x 442 cm and 285 x 272 cm Private collection Photo: Ian Reeves, S. F. Museum Of Modern Art
  177. 177. SERRA, Richard No Mandatory Patriotism 1989 Paintstick on two sheets of paper, 237 x 534 cm Collection Museum of Modern Art, New York. Photo: Rob McKeever. © the artist
  178. 178. SERRA, Richard Double Rift #2, 2011 Paintstick on handmade paper, 267 x 505.8 x 9.5 cm Gagosian Gallery, NY Photo by Rob McKeever
  179. 179. SERRA, Richard A new drawing
  180. 180. SERRA, Richard Two Corner Cut: High Low 2012) The Menil Collection Photo © Hester + Hardaway Photographers. Fayetteville, Texas
  181. 181. SERRA, Richard Consequence 2003 © Richard Serra /Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York Photo: Richard Barnes
  182. 182. SANDBACK, Fred Untitled (from Ten Vertical Constructions) 1977 Two-part vertical construction, red (variation) Dia Art Foundation Photo: Nic Tenwiggenhorn
  183. 183. SANDBACK, Fred Untitled (Sculptural Study Seven Part Triangular Construction), 1982/2010
  184. 184. SANDBACK, Fred Untitled (Sculptural Study, broken triangle, lannan foundation, santa fe) 1990-2014 Black and Orange Acrylic Yarn Galería Cayón
  185. 185. SANDBACK, Fred Untitled (Sculptural Study, two-part vertical construction) 1976-2013 Orange and Yellow Acrylic Yarn, 30.5 x 45.7 cm Galería Cayón
  186. 186. SANDBACK, Fred Untitled (Sculptural Study, Seven-part Right-angled Triangular Construction), 1982/2010
  187. 187. SANDBACK, Fred Untitled (detail), 1976/1981
  188. 188. SANDBACK, Fred Madre e hija (dos construcciones triangulares) (detalle) 2003 Hilo acrílico negro y gris copyright: cincodearte.wordpress.com
  189. 189. SANDBACK, Fred Untitled (Sculptural Study, Five-part Construction), 1987/2009
  190. 190. SANDBACK, Fred Simultan 1974 Woolen string, 64 x 6 x 48 cm
  191. 191. WILMARTH, Christopher Tina Turner, 1970-71 Etched glass, clear glass, and steel cable, 177.2 x 449.6 x 147.3 cm Gift of Edward R. BroidaMoMA Number:811.2005Copyright:© 2014 Estate of Christopher Wilmarth
  192. 192. WILMARTH, Christopher Trace 1972 Glass, steel, 60 × 60.125 × 35.25 inches Walter Art Center
  193. 193. WILMARTH, Christopher Susan Walked In 1976 Etched glass and steel, 152.4 x 152.4 x 76.2 cm Hunter Museum of American Art
  194. 194. WILMARTH, Christopher Is, Was (Chancing) 1975-76
  195. 195. Jerry L. Thompson Christopher Wilmarth, Brooklyn, 1985 Dye transfer, 43.2 x 35 cm
  196. 196. NAUMAN, Bruce My Name as Though It Were Written on the Surface of the Moon 1968
  197. 197. NAUMAN, Bruce Mean Clown Welcome 1985 Neon tubing mounted on metal monolith, 72 x 82 x 13 inch
  198. 198. NAUMAN, Bruce "e" 1970 Screenprint on paper, 518 x 662 mm Tate, Purchased 1994
  199. 199. NAUMAN, Bruce Sex and Death 1985
  200. 200. NAUMAN, Bruce Green light corridor 1970-71
  201. 201. NAUMAN, Bruce Dance or Exercise on the Perimeter of a Square (Square Dance) 1965
  202. 202. NAUMAN, Bruce Model for Animal Pyramid II 1989 Cut-and-taped gelatin silver prints (irreg), 229.9 x 152.8 cm Gift of Agnes Gund and Jo Carole and Ronald S. LauderMoMA © 2014 Bruce Nauman / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
  203. 203. NAUMAN, Bruce Untitled (Three Large Animals) 1989 Aluminium and wire, 1200 x 3000 x 3000 mm Tate Presented by the Froehlich Foundation, Stuttgart 2000

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