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Robert

Rauschenberg:
White Painting
[seven panel],
1951

Ad Reinhardt: Abstract Painting, 1960-61


Yves Klein,
"Monochrome IKB 3",
1960

MINIMALISM

Frank Stella, Tuxedo Junction, 1960


Barnett Newman

Marcel Duchamp: Readymade,


1915

Kazimir Malevich. Black Cross. 1920s


Ad Reinhardt (1907-1967)

Painting, 1954-58, 78 x 78 inches, Oil on


canvas , National Gallery of Art, Australia
Sol LeWitt.

Lot 4, "Untitled," by Agnes Martin, oil, ink and


wash on canvas, 12 inches square, circa 1961
BRICE MARDEN:
D’après la Marquise de
la Solana, 1969. Oil and Goya, late 1700s
wax on canvas, three
panels, 77 5/8 x 117 3/8
inches overall. Solomon ROBERT RYMAN:
R. Guggenheim Museum Surface Veil I, 1970. Oil
and blue chalk on linen,
143 15/16 x 144 inches.
Solomon R. Guggenheim
Museum, Panza
Collection
ROBERT MANGOLD:Circle In and Out
of a Polygon 2, 1973. Acrylic and black
pencil on canvas, 72 3/16 x 72 7/16
inches. Solomon R. Guggenheim
Museum

ELLSWORTH KELLY:
Dark Blue Curve, 1995. Oil on
canvas, 46 x 190 inches.
Solomon R. Guggenheim
CARL ANDRE: Trabum, 1977. Douglas
fir, Nine units, 12 x 12 x 36 inches each;
36 x 36 x 36 inches overall. Solomon R.
Guggenheim Museum

DAN FLAVIN: the nominal three (to William of


Ockham), 1963. Fluorescent light fixtures with
daylight lamps, each fixture: 6 feet; 72 x 212 1/2 x
5 inches overall. Solomon R. Guggenheim
Sol LeWitt: 49 Three-Part Variations on
Three Different Kinds of Cubes 1967-71
Enamel on steel

Tony Smith
The Keys to Given!
1965
bronze, edition 2/6
40.6 x 40.6 x 40.6 cm
DONALD JUDD: untitled, 1969/1982,
Anodized aluminum, Walker Art Center

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
PHILIP KING,
English, born
in Tunis in
1934

RICHARD ARTSCHWAGER:
Book III (Laocoón), 1981,
Formica on wood, metallic FRANK
handles, imitation leather STELLA
cushion.122 x 71 x 104 cm. Bandshell
(Model),
1999,
Fiberglass,
12' x 14'6"
x 15'
DONALD JUDD: Untitled, 1968.
Enamel on aluminum, 22 x 50 x 37
inches. Solomon R. Guggenheim
Museum, Panza Collection

ANTHONY CARO;
Emma Dipper 1977
Painted steel
object: 2130 x 1700 x 3200 mm
sculpture
Robert Morris
[American
Minimalist, born in
1931]
'The sensation of these
pieces was that they
come above your ankles,
as if you were wading in
bricks. 'It was like
stepping from water of
one depth to water of
another depth.' ANDRE

CARL ANDRE;
Equivalent VIII 1966
Joseph Kosuth, One & Three
Chairs, 1965. sculptural
installation

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

Gian Lorenzo Bernini:


Constantine,
1663-70
MODERN SCULPTURE

Constantin Brâncuşi. Romanian. 1876-1957

Adam and Eve,


The Cock, 1916–24
1924 Caryatid II, 1914/26
LATE MODERN SCULPTURE 1960s

Robert Morris, installation, Green Gallery,


New York, Dec. 1964 – Jan. 1965
SITE CONSTRUCTIONS

Robert Smithson:
Partially Buried Woodshed,
1970
MARKED SITES

Robert Smithson:
Yucatan Mirror Displacements (1–9), 1969.
Nine chromogenic-development slides.

Michael Heizer: Double Negative, 1969-70,


Mormon Mesa, Overton Nevada, 50 feet deep;
1,500 feet long. (aerial photograph)
Christo & Jeanne-Claude:
Running Fence, Sonoma and Marin Counties,
California 1972-76

Richard Long
Bruce Nauman:
AXIOMATIC STRUCTURES Green Light Corridor.
1971

Robert Irwin (American, born 1928)


1º 2 º 3 º 4º, 1997
apertures cut into existing windows
Donald Judd.
American
1928-1994
The Matter of Time, Guggenheim Bilbao,
June, 2005

Richard Serra. American born 1939


Eva Hesse.
German-born
American.
1936-1970

Anti-Form

Post-Minimalism

Process art
Bruce
Nauman:
Hand to
Mouth, 1980
Robert Morris, Untitled, (Pink Felt) 1970. Felt, dimensions vary with installation.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Panza Collection
Bruce Nauman, Green Light
Corridor, 1970. Wallboard and
fluorescent light fixtures with green
lamps, dimensions variable,
approximately 120 x 12 x 480
inches. Solomon R. Guggenheim
Museum

Bruce Nauman, None Sing–Neon Sign,


1970. Ruby-red and cool-white neon, 13 x
24 1/4 x 1 1/2 inches overall. Edition 6/6.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum,
Dan Flavin. American. 1933-1996
Andy Goldsworthy. British, born 1956

Knotweed Stalks Pushed into Lake Bottom, 1988


Richard Long, British, born 1945

A Line of Circles, site-specific: Milwaukee Art Museum, 2001