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Table of Contents

Anne M. Wagner: Reading Minimal Art
Lawrence Alloway: Systemic Painting
Michael Benedikt: Sculpture as Architecture: New York Letter,
Mel Bochner: Serial Art, Systems, Solipsism
David Bourdon: The Razed Sites of Carl Andre
Nicolas Calas: Subject Matter in the Work of Barnett Newman
Michael Fried: Art and Objecthood
Bruce Glaser: Questions to Stella and Judd
E. C. Goossen: Two Exhibitions
Dan Graham: Photographs
Clement Greenberg: Recentness of Sculpture
Peter Hutchinson: Mannerism in the Abstract
David Lee: A Systematic Revery from Abstraction to Now
Allen Leepa: Minimal Art and Primary Meanings
Lucy R. Lippard: Eros Presumptive
Robert Morris: Notes on Sculpture
Toby Mussman: Literalness and the Infinite
Brian O'Doherty: Minus Plato
John Perreault: Minimal Abstracts
Yvonne Rainer: A Quasi Survey of Some "Minimalist" Tendencies
in the Quantitatively Minimal Dance Activity Midst the Plethora,
or an Analysis of Trio A
Barbara Rose: A B C Art
Harold Rosenberg: Defining Art
Irving Sandler: Gesture and Non-Gesture in Recent Sculpture
Willoughby Sharp: Luminism and Kineticism
Elayne Varian: Schemata 7
Samuel Wagstaff, Jr.: Talking with Tony Smith
Richard Wollheim: Minimal Art
Martial Raysse, Dan Flavin, Robert Smithson: Writings
Bibliography (compiled by Alicja T. Egbert)

About the Author

Gregory Battcock was a painter, lecturer in art history and criticism, and editor of The New Art: A Critical Anthology and The New American Cinema. He was a frequent contributor to Arts Magazine, Art and Literature, College Art Journal, and Film Culture. Anne M. Wagner is Professor of the History of Art, University of California, Berkeley.


"Good criticism of contemporary art movements is both rare and scattered, and readers with access to a wide range of periodicals and catalogue introductions are few. . . Minimal Art is so obviously the most important movement of the 1960s, and equally certainly will continue to be so in the early 1970s, that this anthology will be a valuable compilation of statements by artists and assessments by critics."--"Apollo

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