Alan Charlton, Untitled, 1973, Photo by Phili Schönborn
It takes a really good artist to say a lot with a little. Like Wolfgang Tillmans, like Gerald Rockenschaub, like pretty much all the artists featured in “When Now Is Minimal”, a joint exhibit between the New Museum in Nuremberg, the Museion in Bozen, and the Goetz Collection in Munich.
The exhibit “looks at how very different generations of artists have addressed the subject of Minimalism and implemented their ideas within the rich framework of contemporary modes of expression.”
So whether the minimal movement is up your art alley or not, it’s nice to see how it’s evolved with each generation.
Gerwald Rockenschaub, Untitled, 2011
Katja Strunz, Untitled, 2008, Photo by Jochen Littkemann
Martin Boyce, 1056 Endless Heights, 2011, Photo by Wilfried Petzi
Rosemarie Trockel, Untitled, 1992, Photo by Raimund Koch
Wade Guyton, Untitled, 2008
Andrea Zittel, A-Z Dining Room Carpet,1997, Photo by Wilfried Petzi