Agnes Martin

Eva Hesse in her studio 134 Bowery Street , N.Y., 1969

Women Artists from Minimalism to Post-Minimalism

DONALD JUDD: untitled, 1969/1982, Anodized aluminum, Walker Art Center

FATHERS OF MINIMALISM
ROBERT MORRIS: Ring with Light, 1965-96 painted wood and fibreglass and fluorescent light, two units, each 24 inches (61 cm) high, 14 inches (35.6 cm) deep, overall diameter 97 inches (246.4 cm) Dallas Museum of Art

“Actual space is intrinsically more powerful and specific than paint on a flat surface.” Donald Judd

Eva Hesse (b Hamburg, 11 Jan 1936; d New York, 29 May 1970)

Eva Hesse circa 1959 [Stephen Korbet]

Contingent 1969 cheesecloth, latex, fibreglassinstallation (variable) 350.0 (h) x 630.0 (w) x 109.0 (d) cm, NGA

Hang Up, 1966 Acrylic paint on cloth over wood; acrylic paint on cord over steel tube 182.9 x 213.4 x 198.1 cm (72 x 84 x 78 in.), Art Institute of Chicago

Expanded Expansion, 1969. Reinforced fiberglass poles and rubberized cheesecloth, Overall: 122 x 300 inches; Three units of three, five, and eight poles, respectively: 122 x 60 inches; 122 x 120 inches; 122 x 180 inches. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

White Flower, 1960. Oil on canvas, 71 7/8 x 72 inches. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Agnes Martin (American, born Canada. 1912-2004)

Untitled, 1959. Oil on canvas, 12 1/8 x 23 7/8 inches. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Falling Blue, 1963

Water Flower, 1964 pen and white and red ink? with gray wash overall: 30.1 x 30.3 cm, NGA

Praise, 1976. Rubber stamp print, edition 1000. 16 3/8x16 5/16 inches.

Jo Baer [American Minimalist Painter, born in 1929]

Primary Light Group: Red, Green, Blue. 1964-65. Oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas, three panels, Each panel 60 x 60“. MoMA

Untitled, 1964-1972; painting; oil on canvas, 48 in. x 48 in. x 1 7/8 in., SFMoMA

Glass Slippers. 1960, MoMA

Bootless Boots. 1960. Gouache and pencil on paper, 5 3/4 x 3 1/2"

Sex Symbol. 1961. Gouache and pencil on paper, 6 x 3 1/4“, MoMA

Rachel Whiteread (b London, 20 April 1963).

Untitled (Amber Bed) (1991; Nîmes, Carré A.)

Ghost (1990; London, Saatchi Gal.)

House 1993; destr. 1994

Polly Apfelbaum (American, 1955)

'A Kind of Bliss' Installation view, The Drawing Room, London, 2004

Mona Hatoum (Palestinian/British, 1952)

Paravent, Art Basel

Rachel Lachowicz (American, 1964)

Red David (1991) Plaster, Lipstick 23" x 13" x 7"

Anagram (1995) 5 chairs: lipstick and wood

Homage to Carl Andre (1991) lipstick, wax 3/8" x 72" x 72"

Carl Andre Equivalent VIII 1966, Tate

Form Into Uniform Into Formlessness (1996) Digital output, enamel on aluminum, plaster, fabric wall: 62" x 62" floor 68" x 69"

Sol LeWitt CUBE STRUCTURES BASED ON FIVE MODULES, 1971-74, Painted wood.

Jac Leirner (Brazilian, 1961)

To and From (Walker) ,1991 envelopes, polyurethane cord, plexiglass Blue Phase, 1992 Brazilian bank notes, polyurethane cord

Lung. 1987. Marlboro cigarette packages strung on a polyurethane cord, 14' 5 1/4" (440 cm) to 15' 9" (480 cm) wide, MoMA

Untitled (Corpus Delicti) 1993, Hirschorn Museum

Claudia Matzko American (born 1956)

Right Handed Crown, 1996 cast bronze hand bones 7 x 12 x 13 1/2 inches.

Bronze and mineral oil, Edition of 50, 6 x 4 in

Lament, 1994 Capilary tubes, wire, hardware 77 × 10 1/2 × 1 1/2 inches

Andrea Zittel born in Escondido, California, in 1965

A-Z Escape Vehicle: Customized by Andrea Zittel. 1996. Exterior: steel, insulation, wood and glass. Interior: colored lights, water, fiberglass, wood, papier-mâché, pebbles and paint, 62" x 7' x 40“, MoMA

Roni Horn (American, 1955)

Opposite of White, v. 2 (Large) (B), Solid cast Black glass NG4, with ascast surfaces on all sides (Fire-polished top), h: 20 x w: 56 x d: 56 in, Gagosian Gallery, CA

Single Raven, Iris printed photograph, h: 55 x w: 55 cm / h: 21.7 x w: 21.7 in

Opposite of White, Solid cast glass, h: 14.5 in / h: 36.8 cm

Janine Antoni [Bahamas-born American, born in 1964] i Gnaw,1992 installation with chocolate & lard

Susana Solano (Spanish, 1946)

Conscience, 2005, Iron, lead and galvanized mesh, h: 27.4 x w: 26.7 x d: 26.7 cm, McKee Gallery, N.Y.

Meg Cranston Born 1960, New York

The Complete Works of Jane Austen, 1991 Vinyl balloon

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