Light and Space art emerged in California in the mid 1960’s at the same time as New York Minimalism, and continues to be influential today. Another Minimalism traces the often-overlooked legacy of Light and Space art, with it’s interest in site-specific installation, colour, immateriality and participation, offering a fascinating insight into this very different kind of minimalism from the austere, mathematical abstraction that the term more usually calls to mind
In this book, Melissa E. Feldman rewrites the story of minimalism’s impact on artists of the current generation, revealing the powerful but largely unrecognised influence of West Coast artists such as Larry Bell, Robert Irwin and James Turrell on artists working today.
Published by The Fruitmarket Gallery, November 2015.
Softback, 96 pages, full colour throughout
P&P: £4.00 UK, £12.00 EU, £16.00 ROW