Inside, the V90's cabin is a work of minimalist art
- simple, Scandinavian and smartly laid out, the dash dominated by a vertical tablet with its intuitive Sensus touchscreen control setup.
Summary: Olivier Mosset: Abstraction coincides with the anniversary of the founding of BMPT, an acronym for the Paris-based minimalist art
collective formed in 1967
Primary Structures is one of the works in this grouping; this piece is based on a 1966 catalogue for the Minimalist Art
Exhibition at the Jewish Museum in New York.
The optical "effects" of her pictorial panels are, of course, indissociable from the resolutely process-oriented nature of the work, especially when the support/surface in question is her preferred white gesso: their perception is not "instantaneous" but gradual, and this durational aspect links Meppayil's practice to a regime of beholding imposed by Minimalist art
While it's easy to draw parallels between Judd's minimalist art
and the hotel's striking chalk-white boxy facade, the connection between Marfa, Judd, and Saint George is more complex.
While he's best remembered as the lover and benefactor of photographer Robert Mapplethorpe, this biography reminds us that he was also a groundbreaking curator who staged the first museum show of minimalist art
and tirelessly promoted the avant-garde.
The themes have run the gamut from poetry (learning how to write a diamond poem) to minimalism (looking at minimalist art
at the Milwaukee Art Museum) to simplicity (a tour of Amish farms in Southeastern Minnesota) to geology (naming rock formations at the Wisconsin Dells and Devils Lake State Park).
In fact, he was a huge devotee of minimalist art
, a type of art characterized by simplicity in form and content that enables the audience to view a composition more intensely by removing distractions of theme and personal expression.
Speaking to The Daily Star, she explained how her work is inspired by minimalist art
, which emerged in the 1960s.
although the true appeal to Dilbert has never been its minimalist art
, but rather its laugh-out-loud funny writing.
The artist produced minimal sculptures reminiscent of works from the Minimalist art
movement that featured such artists as Donald Judd, Dan Flavin, and Eva Hesse.
This is the case for Tasty, a swanky minimalist art
space, in central Riga, with wooden floors and white walls.