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Minimal art

 Subject
Subject Source: Sackner Database

Found in 48 Collections and/or Records:

A Retrospective / LeWitt, Sol ; Garrels G ; Weinberg A ; Hesse E ; Szeemann H ; Friedman M ; Darboven H ; Bochner M ; Piper A ; Kawara O ; Boetti A ; Graham D ; Glass P ; Bartlett J ; Baldessari J ; Huebler D ; Zellen J ; Andre C ; Antin E ; Gonzalez-Torres F ; Hamilton A., 2000

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Identifier: CC-53247-74399
Scope and Contents This catalogue documents the years 1977 to 1999; the years 1965 to 1976 are documented in an exhibition catalogue at MOMA 1978 (also held by the Sackner Archive). The brochure with this catalogue was printed by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago Illinois. Designed by Sol LeWitt and Bethany Johns. With an exhibition history, bibliography and exhibition checklist. This is the massive catalogue issued in conjunction with a substantive 2000 traveling retrospective organized by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art of over three hundred pieces by Sol LeWitt - the most comprehensive exhibition of work by the late, great minimal master to date. Beautifully designed by the artist with a selection of his own writings, it includes reproductions of many previously unpublished works as well as essays by Gary Garrels, Martin Friedman, Andrea Miller-Keller, Brenda Richardson, Anne Rorimer, John S. Weber and Adam D. Weinberg. On page 42, it is mentioned that one of the most important...
Dates: 2000

Book 1: 4 Square Series Variation 1 / Depew, Wally ; Depew L., 1967

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Identifier: CC-51126-72211
Scope and Contents

The pages printed on only one side but comments from Wally Depew indicate that each are counted as two pages. The pages depict constructivistic line drawings; there is no text except for the colophon. The cover was designed by Linda Depew. The colophon does not indicate that the subtitle is the "4 Square Series." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1967

Book 2: 4 Square Series Variation 2 / Depew, Wally., 1967

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Identifier: CC-53089-74235
Scope and Contents

Each page depicts a minimalist constructivistic line drawing and a bleed through image from the facing page. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1967

Book 3: 4 Square Series Variation 4 / Depew, Wally ; Depew L., 1967

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Identifier: CC-51120-72205
Scope and Contents

Linda Depew designed the covers of this book. Each page depicts a minimalist constructivistic line drawing. The blank facing page is counted as a page because of the bleed through of the image of the preceding page according to Depew's recommendation. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1967

Book 23: The Five Cent Scarlet Ink Book 1 / Depew, Wally., 1971

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Identifier: CC-51124-72209
Scope and Contents

The publisher is also designated PN2 experiment. The top long side of the pages have red ink stained at their edges; there is no text except for the colophon. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1971

Book 24: The Five Cent Scarlet Ink Book 2 / Depew, Wally., 1971

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Identifier: CC-51121-72206
Scope and Contents

The publisher is also designated PN2 experiment. The short side of the pages have red ink stained at their edges; there is no text except for the colophon.. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1971

Book 25: The Five Cent Scarlet Ink Book 3 / Depew, Wally., 1971

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Identifier: CC-51127-72212
Scope and Contents

The publisher is also designated PN2 experiment. The cover with a red ink stain in its center has been perforated through the center with a thin sharp instrument like a staight pin such the first underlying pages are also perforated. The remaining pages are dimpled through their red center stains. There is no text except for the colophon. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1971

Book 26: The Five Cent Scarlet Ink Book 4 / Depew, Wally., 1971

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Identifier: CC-51125-72210
Scope and Contents

The publisher is also designated PN2 experiment. The center portion of most of the pages have a red ink stain and are perforated from a single hole punch; there is no text except for the colophon. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1971

Book 27: The Tangerine Double Slash / Depew, Wally., 1972

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Identifier: CC-51139-72226
Scope and Contents

Orange ink was applied at the beginning and end of this booklet. The the deck of pages was slashed twice with a sharp knife in an "X" manner leaving different amounts of bleeding of orange ink to the slashed pages. There is no text except for the colophon. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1972

Book 29: Tangerine Penetration / Depew, Wally., 1971

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Identifier: CC-51129-72214
Scope and Contents

The first page has a thick red ink stain in its center has been repetitively perforated through the center with a thin sharp instrument like an straight pin such the subsequent pages carry the red ink to a decreasing amount until blank pages just show dimpling. There is no text except for the colophon. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1971

[Card to Linda and Wally Depew] / LeWitt, Sol., 1970

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Identifier: CC-53239-74391
Scope and Contents

The message consists of an ink drawing by Sol LeWitt. Although this card is unsigned, the abstract markings have a stylized appearance of 'Ss.' The card is addressed to Linda and Wally Depew in Sacramento California. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1970

[Card to W & L Depew] (Wally & Linda Depew) / LeWitt, Sol., 1983

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Identifier: CC-53237-74389
Scope and Contents

The card is addressed to Wally & Linda Depew in Cottonwood Arizona. LeWitt provides an ink drawing as the message. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1983

[Card to W & L] (Wally & Linda Depew) / LeWitt, Sol., 1970

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Identifier: CC-53229-74381
Scope and Contents

The recto is POSTCARD2 by Wally Depew and the verso a drawing by Sol LeWitt. The card is addressed to Wally and Linda Depew in Sacramento California. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1970