With his neutral, grey, block-shaped sculptures (one is displayed in gallery 36), Morris was one of the most important American Minimalist artists of the 1960s. In addition to these geometric forms, he also made sculptures which have an extremely formless appearance because of the materials employed, such as heaps of jumbled felt strips. In other pieces, by contrast, he subjected the stiff textile material to a strict order, as in this wall sculpture.
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|Material and technique||Felt|
Sculpture > Three-dimensional object > Art object
|Location||This object is in storage|
Width 192 cm
Length 930 cm
Depth 1.5 cm
|Accession number||BEK 1572 (MK)|
|Credits||Aankoop / Purchase: Stichting Fonds Willem van Rede 1980|
|Collector||Collector / W. van Rede|
Minimal myth (2012)
Flavin, Morris, Schoonhoven, Walter LeBlanc, Mack (collectie) (2017)
Kunst van formaat. De collectie XL vanaf de jaren vijftig (2018)
|Research||Digitising Contemporary Art|
|Geographical origin||The United States of America > North America > America|
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