Beautifully illustrated and internationally recognized as the definitive survey of Minimalism.
Edited by James Meyer
Minimalism comprises one of the key movements in post-war art. The term 'minimalism' was coined to describe the work of a group of American artists who, in the 1960s, produced a decidedly unexpressionistic, reductive work with a hard industrial feel. While numerous minimalist painters exist, among them Robert Ryman, Robert Mangold and Brice Marden, most of the key Minimalists - Andre, Flavin, Judd, LeWitt and Morris - produced sculptures or, as some put it, 'specific objects' or 'objects in a world of objects'.
Size: 290 x 250 mm (11 3/8 x 9 7/8 in)
Pages: 200 pp
Illustrations: 296 illustrations