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Carl Andre

by Sunday, February 12, 2017

Evolution doesn’t necessarily mean more complexity. Sometimes a step forward corresponds with making things simpler. Carl Andre is an American artist, who reached an original and extreme position and was able to defend it through his intelligence and strong will. While sculpture in the past has been known for its finite form, he modified that ...

Carl Andre

by Thursday, April 17, 2014

Carl Andre: 'I'm not a studio artist, I'm a location artist'. In this TateShots interview filmed at the artist's New York apartment, Andre discusses how materials are a natural part of his life, and looks back at when his work hit the headlines, recalling criticism such as 'you can't make art out of bricks'. The American Minimal ...

Carl Andre

by Wednesday, August 8, 2012

  Born: Quincy, Massachusetts, 1935 Education: Quincy public schools, 1941-50; Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts, 1951-53 Awards 2011 Roswitha Haftmann Foundation Prize 1984 Guggenheim Fellowship One-Person Exhibitions 2012 “Carl Andre, Installation of Rise,” Ace Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (2/25 – 5/2012) 2011 “Carl Andre,” Museion of Modern and Contemporary Art, curated by Roland Mönig and Letizia Ragaglia, Bolzano, Italy (9/17/11-1/8/12) “Carl Andre,” Galería Cayón, ...