Art © Donald Judd Foundation/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY
Gift of Barbara S. and Larry J. B. Robinson 1980.214
Catalogue raisonné: Schellmann & Jitta 102-117
In the 1970s, minimalist sculptors like Donald Judd eliminated narrative subject matter to create works that have no meaning outside of themselves. The content of a piece is found in its color, shape, texture, and the arrangement of the individual elements. Geometric, mathematical calculations were used to create impersonal works of machine-made, simple forms. Cleveland's stark sculpture consists of a vertical arrangement of evenly spaced, identical green aluminum and clear plexiglas rectangular boxes, attached to the wall at right angles.
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