The author, a leading art critic, focuses a new lens on this radical movement, showing the nuances that defined Minimalism in its various phases, as characterized by the inflected object, the disintegrated object, the ironic object -then the transition from the object to architecture, space, landscape, cityscape, body, performance, and conceptual art. No other account has documented in such detail the scope and impact of this artistic revolution, which the author argues spanned all mediums and pushed every aesthetic possibility of Minimalism to an extreme.

Out of the box - Carter Ratcliff

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Title
Out of the box - the reinvention of art, 1965-1975
Author
Carter Ratcliff
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Allworth Press
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20060331

The author, a leading art critic, focuses a new lens on this radical movement, showing the nuances that defined Minimalism in its various phases, as characterized by the inflected object, the disintegrated object, the ironic object -then the transition from the object to architecture, space, landscape, cityscape, body, performance, and conceptual art. No other account has documented in such detail the scope and impact of this artistic revolution, which the author argues spanned all mediums and pushed every aesthetic possibility of Minimalism to an extreme.

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Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Minimal art - United States.|Conceptual art - United States.|Art, American - 20th century.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
299

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