"I can think of no book that even undertakes a comparable art historical account - not merely tracing a movement year by year, but showing how the movement's consciousness of itself emerged... A tremendous contribution." Arthur Danto, Times Literary Supplement "Meyer's writing is intelligent, informed and subtle. The book is well produced and generously illustrated." John A. Walker, The Art Book "Illuminating, persuasive art history." Andrew Mead, The Architects' Journal "Many skeptics deem the sixties too close for comfort and hence not suitable for an art history in the grand tradition. James Meyer proves them wrong. Minimalism: Art and Polemics in the Sixties establishes a historical precision and seriousness that many have thought lacking in the recent wave of writing about postwar American art." Christine Mehring, Art Journal "By far the best account to date of Minimalism's development and the essential point of departure for all future research on the subject." Pepe Karmel, Art in America"Rezension:
"Meyer's writing is intelligent, informed, and subtle. The book is well produced and generously illustrated with good quality colour and black and white images."-John A. Walker, Art Book "This new volume combines a sophisticated reading of the critical discourse surrounding Minimalism with a step-by-step history of the work's development and its appearance on the public stage from 1961 through 1968."-Pepe Karmel, Art in America
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