The process of specific space: Minimal art generally, Donald Judd’s art particularly

When Donald Judd described the new art as neither painting nor sculpture in his essay ‘Specific Objects’ published in 1965, few appear to have taken him at his word. At best, people understood this to be a new form of art that was both painting and sculpture — a hybrid. This hybrid however, is far …

Art from a Hundred Years 1909–2009: Highlights of the Daimler Art Collection

The third presentation of the Daimler Art Collection in South Germany (following the extensive survey at ZKM Karlsruhe 2003 and at the Galerie der Stadt Sindelfingen 2004) at Museum Prediger Schwäbisch Gmünd concentrates on Highlights from the Collection with around 100 works spanning nearly 10 decades – from Adolf Hölzel, the main teacher in the …

Faith and Lust: Various Approaches to Formalist Abstraction

Faith and Lust: Various Approaches to Formalist Abstraction takes as a departure point Bruce Nauman’s Vices and Virtues of 1988, which features ‘Faith and Lust’ in neon light, wrapped around a major building at the University of California in San Diego. The exhibition will explore the psychological implications of various modes of production in formalist art. …