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A Great, Short Text on Larry Bell and the Influence of California on Minimalism

Keith Bormuth

"The galvanized-steel cubes of Judd, the L-shaped beams of Morris, the die-cut “alloy planes” of Andre, the seriated “structures” of LeWitt, and the fluorescent tubes of Flavin were less concerned with issues of natural light and perception than with primary architectonic issues related to enclosed space. Bell’s concept of designing glass cubes that exemplified transparency instead of opacity opened a point of view as to what Minimal art could be."

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