Minimalist art is a design style that emphasizes extreme simplicity, focusing on clean lines, minimal color, and basic shapes. Minimal art does not contain an underlying meaning or more profound understanding, like with most abstract art. This art style focuses on aesthetics, structure, and texture rather than the artist’s individuality or self-expression. Artists often craft works from industrial materials like sheet metal, fiberglass, and plywood and use faded or soft color palettes. Frank Stella, Eva Hesse, Agnes Martin, Dan Flavin, Anne Truitt, and Donald Judd are among the most famous minimalist artists in the art form’s history.
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