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  1. Minimalism

  2. Serial Forms and Repetition MoMA Minimalism Theme

  3. Yayoi Kusama. Accumulation of Stamps, 63. 1962. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  4. Eva Hesse. Repetition Nineteen III. 1968. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  5. Eva Hesse. Repetition Nineteen III. 1968. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  6. Eva Hesse. Repetition Nineteen, Second of 3 versions. 1967. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  7. Eva Hesse. Repetition Nineteen. 1967. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  8. Eva Hesse. Repetition Nineteen I. 1967-68. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  9. Let’s compare these two versions of Repetition Nineteen Eva Hesse. Repetition Nineteen I. 1967. • The earlier version is made with paper maché, aluminum screen and paint. The latter version is made with fiberglass. • How do the materials change the piece? Eva Hesse. Repetition Nineteen III. 1968. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  10. “The serial artist does not attempt to produce a beautiful or mysterious object but functions merely as a clerk cataloging the results of his premise.” – Sol LeWitt Sol LeWitt. Serial Project, I (ABCD). 1966. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  11. Sol LeWitt. (332) From all Three-Part Variations on Three Different Kinds of Cubes. 1967-69. “The serial artist does not attempt to produce a beautiful or mysterious object but functions merely as a clerk cataloging the results of his premise.” – Sol LeWitt MoMA Minimalism Theme

  12. The Materials of Minimalism MoMA Minimalism Theme

  13. What are characteristics that Untitled (Stack) shares with painting. • What characteristics does it share with sculpture? • Consider formal traits such as line, shape, color, materials and dimensionality. Donald Judd. Untitled (Stack). 1967. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  14. What are the similarities and differences between Judd and Kusama? Yayoi Kusama. Accumulation of Stamps, 63. 1962. Donald Judd. Untitled (Stack). 1967. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  15. “One might not think of light as a matter of fact, but I do. And it is…as plain and open and direct an art as you will ever find.” – Dan Flavin Dan Flavin. Monument 1 for V. Tatlin. 1964. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  16. Let’s compare these two artworks. Vladimir Tatlin and Nikolai Punin. Pamiatnik III Internatsionala. 1920. Dan Flavin. Monument 1 for V. Tatlin. 1964. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  17. Let’s compare Judd and Flavin. Donald Judd. Untitled (Stack). 1967. Dan Flavin. Monument 1 for V. Tatlin. 1964. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  18. Frank Stella. The Marriage of Reason and Squalor, II. 1959. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  19. Constructing Space MoMA Minimalism Theme

  20. “Even though it seemed it might collapse, it was in fact freestanding. You could see through it, look into in, walk around it, and I thought, ‘There’s no getting around it. This is sculpture.’” – Richard Serra Richard Serra. One Ton Prop (House of Cards). 1969 (refabricated 1986). MoMA Minimalism Theme

  21. Richard Serra. Equal (Corner Prop Piece). 1969-70. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  22. “Felt has anatomical associations…it relates to the body—it's skinlike.” – Robert Morris Robert Morris. Untitled. 1969. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  23. Let’s compare Serra’s One Ton Prop (House of Cards) with Morris’s Untitled Richard Serra. One Ton Prop (House of Cards). 1969 (refabricated 1986). Richard Serra. One Ton Prop (House of Cards). 1969 (refabricated 1986). MoMA Minimalism Theme

  24. Dan Flavin. pink out of a corner (to Jasper Johns).1963. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  25. This work is dedicated to Jasper Johns, whose painting Flag also blurred the boundaries between real objects and their representation. Dan Flavin. pink out of a corner (to Jasper Johns).1963. Jasper Johns. Flag. 1954–55 (dated on reverse 1954). MoMA Minimalism Theme

  26. Barnett Newman. Vir Heroicus Sublimis. 1950-51. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  27. Dan Flavin. pink out of a corner (to Jasper Johns). 1963. Barnett Newman. Onement III. 1949. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  28. Robert Smithson. Corner Mirror with Coral. 1969. MoMA Minimalism Theme

  29. Robert Smithson. Spiral Jetty. Rozel Point, Great Salt Lake, Utah. 1970 MoMA Minimalism Theme