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Just because a painting isn’t full of angels doesn’t mean it isn’t spiritual and transcendent.
Serra’s sculpture creates new spaces within the architecture of the room.
Inspired by a misinterpretation of a Renaissance church in Rome, this sculpture pushed the limits of technology.
Serra guides you through his sculpture in the garden of MOMA.
Art on the edge of perception—Ad Reinhardt works with the biology of human sight and rewards close looking.
Judd’s boxes were made by factory workers, not by the artist—but he provided instructions.
This sculpture was hanging in the artist’s studio at the time of her death; it can be hung in numerous ways.
Women’s labor and the passage of time are evoked in this sculpture constructed of organic materials.
Her friends were into high conceptualism, but Hesse’s own approach is more playful, bodily, and feminist.
Are these objects the same size? Morris challenges our perception.
Who should be the arbiter of taste—the person on the street, the artist, the courts?
She was a pioneer of the “soak-stain method” of diluting acrylic paint and pouring it into unprimed canvas.