Six Sculptors Who Are Straddling Minimalism and Abstract Expressionism
Though the movement itself was born in the 1960s, the word was first used by wrote, “Minimalism derives its name from the minimum of operating means. Minimalist painting is purely realistic—the subject being the painting itself.” Minimal art of the ’60s, objective and non-referential, was a response to the emotionally charged bent of
The six sculptors exhibiting works in “Minimally Speaking” are responding, in turn, to both minimalism and abstract expressionism. Though their respective sculptures, spare and modern, show the influence of a minimalist aesthetic, they also reveal personal inspirations and interests. There’s a psychological bent to
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