By Robert Morris
Robert Morris is healthier recognized for his major contributions to minimalist sculpture and antiform paintings, in addition to for a few broadly influential theoretical writings on artwork. Illustrated all through, this choice of his seminal essays from the Nineteen Sixties to the Eighties addresses wide-ranging highbrow and philosophical difficulties of sculpture, elevating problems with materiality, dimension and form, anti-illusionism, and perceptual conditions.
- Notes on Sculpture (Parts 1-4).
- Anti Form.
- a few Notes at the Phenomenology of constructing: the quest for the Motivated.
- The paintings of Existence.
- 3 Extra-Visual Artists: Works in Process.
- a few Splashes within the Ebb Tide.
- Aligned with Nazca.
- the current phrases of Space.
- Notes on artwork as/and Land Reclamation.
- American Quartet.
- 3 Folds within the textile and 4 Autobiographical Asides as Allegories (or Interruptions).
- Robert Morris Replies to Roger Denson (Or Is Mouse in My Paragon?)
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