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Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403

By the mid-1960s, critics and artists heralded the arrival of Minimalism, an idea-based sensibility that seemed more in keeping with America's embrace of its burgeoning space program and new technologies than the Abstract Expressionists' mining or the subjective and the Pop artists' adoption of banal material culture. Although the artists in this exhibition make use of many of the same formal devices and geometries, their differing or even opposing points of view with regard to influences, form, and content opened up the discourse surrounding the movement in later decades. Major works by Carl Andre, Donald Judd, Robert Mangold, Agnes Martin, Fred Sandback, and Richard Serra provide a foundation for the exhibition which showcases one of the strongest areas of the Walker's collection.

Added by Upcoming Robot on April 3, 2009

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