Minimalism and After: Tradition and Tendencies of Minimalism from 1950 to today (Daimler Art Collection)

By: Wiehager, Renate

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First published in 2006, and soon out of print, "Minimalism and After" is a now classic presentation of Minimalist and Postminimalist tendencies from the 1960s to the present day. The images in this hefty volume track some of Minimalism's major contributions: the essentially sculptural presence of the picture-object, coolly geometrical structures, works presented so that they relate to the space and the viewer, and a rejection of symbolic or narrative material. In-depth entries treat 190 artists, including 40 who were not included in the 2006 edition, and provide some 600 images of their work; those covered include established artists like Michael Heizer, Dan Graham and Robert Ryman and some of the younger crowd, including Liam Gillick and Michael Zahn. A new essay by Renate Wiehager offers a European account of the century-long development of abstract art from Adolf Hoelzel's 1906 class at the Stuttgart Academy to the present.

Title: Minimalism and After: Tradition and Tendencies of Minimalism from 1950 to today (Daimler Art Collection)

Author Name: Wiehager, Renate

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Publisher: Hatje Cantz:

ISBN Number: 3775723862

ISBN Number 13: 9783775723862

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: Z3775723862Z2

Description: 3775723862 JUMBO - Crisp, clean, unread hardcover with light shelfwear to the boards, no dust jacket as issued with a publisher's mark to one edge - Nice!