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MIT4_651F10_lec14 - MIT 4.651 ART SINCE 1940 LECTURE NOTES...

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MIT 4.651 ART SINCE 1940 LECTURE NOTES Caroline A. Jones Week 8, Lecture 1 4 : Frank Stella and Minimal Art key decade: early 1960s terms: Minimal Art, Minimalism I. Frank Stella, the Corporate Icon, and the birth of Minimalism A) Stella, “what you see is what you see. ..,” 1963 B) Carl Andre, “the metals of commerce. ..” ‘60s C) Tony Smith and the New Jersey Turnpike, 1966 (remembering 1950s) D) “Minimal Art,” name coined by philosopher Richard Wollheim, 1965 II. Minimal Art and Industrial Aesthetics A. Donald Judd, “one thing after another. ..,” 1964 B. Robert Morris, Some Notes on Dance 1965, Notes on Sculpture 1968 C. Dan Flavin “the diagonal of personal ecstasy,” 1963 III. Minimalism’s Instabilities A. Robert Morris (again), Sol LeWitt: towards the concept B. Walter De Maria, Robert Smithson, Richard Serra: towards the site C. Site-specificity: 1) Richard Serra’s Tilted Arc (1981) vs. 2) Maya Lin’s Vietnam Memorial (1982)
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course ARCH 4.500 taught by Professor Lawrencesass during the Fall '08 term at MIT.

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MIT4_651F10_lec14 - MIT 4.651 ART SINCE 1940 LECTURE NOTES...

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