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MAXImin : maximum minimization in contemporary art

Author: Renate Wiehager; Cathy Lara; Fundación Juan March.
Publisher: Madrid : Fundación Juan March ; Stuttgart, Germany : Daimler Art Collection, ©2008.
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
MAXImin.
Madrid : Fundación Juan March ; Stuttgart, Germany : Daimler Art Collection, ©2008
(OCoLC)704359064
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Renate Wiehager; Cathy Lara; Fundación Juan March.
ISBN: 9788470755545 8470755544 9788489935815 8489935815
OCLC Number: 228830396
Notes: "This catalogue, and its Spanish edition, are published on the occasion of the exhibition 'MAXImin: Maximum Minimization in Contemporary Art' at the Fundación Juan March, Madrid, February 8-May 25, 2008"--Colophon.
Description: 160 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 35 cm
Contents: Beautiful evidence : 20th-century art history and its diagrams --
MAXImin --
MAXImin : the map --
MAXImin : the timeline --
MAXImin : the essay from the "Little Bauhaus" in Stuttgart (1907) to international trends in minimalism today : 100 years of the abstract avant-garde seen through the Daimler Art Collection. The birth of modernism in Stuttgart, 1906 ; "Little Bauhaus" in Stuttgart, 1906 to 1927 ; From the Stuttgart Hölzel school to the Weimar Bauhaus : Itten, Schlemmer, Kerkovius, Graeser : paths to abstraction ; The Bauhaus and constructivism emigrate to the USA : the influence on american minimalism --
A ticket to the new world : Josef Albers, Adolf Fleischman, Hanne Darboven and Franz Erhard Walther ; "That'll shake american art-lovers" ; Abstract classicists and Hard Edge Los Angeles : new Washington Color School ; England's contribution around 1960 and today ; Concrete art and Neo Geo ; Banal material-symbolic material ; Socio-political horizons : Cadere, Absalon, Buren, Mosset, Posenenske ; Pars prototo : extensions of geography : Australia, Japan, South América ; Dialogues of space, plane and line : Albers, Kricke, Parreno, Vantongerloo, Willikens ; The importance of the European Zero avant-garde for the reformulation of the concept of the work of art around 1960 ; Four times zero : and today : Dadamaino, Graevenitz, Morellet, Schoonhoven, Huemer, Kahrmann, Westerwinter ; Minimalism and architecture --
1 to 116 : exhibited works --
A to Z : the artists and their works.
Responsibility: [concept and organization, Renate Wiehager ; editing, Cathy Lara].

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