Less Is More: Minimal Prints
Sun, 06/16/2013 to Sun, 10/20/2013
Minimal Art was an avant-garde style that emerged in New York and Los Angeles during the 1960s. In stark contrast to the emotive, handmade look of Abstract Expressionist works during the preceding two decades, Minimal Art tends to consist of single or repeated geometric forms delineated in solid, flat colors. These works do not allude to anything beyond their literal presence, and their colors are non-referential. Less Is More: Minimal Prints explores works on paper by artists such as Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, Frank Stella, Robert Ryman, and Robert Mangold, all of whom pioneered an art of spare elegance working as creative and talented printmakers.