With Anne Truitt in mind
Anne Truitt (March 16, 1921 – December 23, 2004), born Anne Dean, was an American sculptor of the mid-20th century.
She became well known in the late 1960s for her large-scale minimalist sculptures, especially after influential solo shows at André Emmerich Gallery in 1963 and the Jewish Museum (Manhattan) in 1966. Unlike her contemporaries, she made her own sculptures by hand, eschewing industrial processes. Drawing from imagery from her past, her work also deals with the visual trace of memory and nostalgia.
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In April and May, iCOON will organize an exhibition of Rotterdam, Dutch and European artists & designers inspired by the art (sculptures and paintings) of the American minimalist Anne Truitt on the basis of an Open Call.
Are you a minimalist artist or designer and is your work in line with Anne Truitt? If you would like to participate in iCOON's OPEN CALL, please let us know before February 29 via firstname.lastname@example.org
Helma Vlemmings, curator of museum iCOON, will assess the applications together with the founder of New Dutch Minimalism Ralph Roelse.