TITLE

Revaluing Minimalism: Patronage, Aura, and Place

AUTHOR(S)
Chave, Anna C.
PUB. DATE
September 2008
SOURCE
Art Bulletin;Sep2008, Vol. 90 Issue 3, p466
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Essay
ABSTRACT
An essay is presented on the art movement Minimalism. It discusses the role of patronage in the movement and the origin of the Dia Art Foundation (Dia). Information about the intent of Dia to help fund art projects is provided and artists mentioned in the essay include Ad Reinhardt and Frank Stella. The art collector Count Giuseppe Panza di Biumo is also mentioned and specific art commissions are described.
ACCESSION #
34165700

 

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