Zoltan Gollesz
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JOHN MCCRACKEN Untitled (Blue Wedge), 1968 Fiberglass and natural cellulose lacquer on plywood. 96 1/4 x 24 1/4 x 48 in. (245.7 x 62.2 x 121.9 cm).

JOHN MCCRACKEN Untitled (Blue Wedge), 1968 Fiberglass and natural cellulose lacquer on plywood. 96 1/4 x 24 1/4 x 48 in. (245.7 x 62.2 x 121.9 cm).

sol lewitt

sol lewitt

TIMOTHY BAGA

TIMOTHY BAGA

ROMAN OPALKA http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/roman-opalka/ #conceptualart #contemporary #art

ROMAN OPALKA http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/roman-opalka/ #conceptualart #contemporary #art

Roman Opałka - The Finite Defined by the Nonfinite :: The late French-born Polish artist Roman Opałka, best known for his numerical paintings, The Finite Defined by the Nonfinite, Opałka began his famed work by hand-painting a consecutive series of integers, starting with “1” on the uppermost left-hand corner of the canvas, in 1965. He proceeded to produce canvases filled with the progression of numbers continuously following the previous batch.Opałka’s final number painted was 5,607,249.

Roman Opałka - The Finite Defined by the Nonfinite :: The late French-born Polish artist Roman Opałka, best known for his numerical paintings, The Finite Defined by the Nonfinite, Opałka began his famed work by hand-painting a consecutive series of integers, starting with “1” on the uppermost left-hand corner of the canvas, in 1965. He proceeded to produce canvases filled with the progression of numbers continuously following the previous batch.Opałka’s final number painted was 5,607,249.

THE FINITE DEFINED BY THE NONFINITE (1965-2011): ROMAN OPALKA - SERGIO CALLEJA

THE FINITE DEFINED BY THE NONFINITE (1965-2011): ROMAN OPALKA - SERGIO CALLEJA

Roman Opalka, C'est la lutte finale, 1967

Roman Opalka, C'est la lutte finale, 1967

Robert Ryman

Robert Ryman

reveal 2010, jaq belcher (3506 cuts)

reveal 2010, jaq belcher (3506 cuts)

JOSEF ALBERS 1888 - 1976 HOMAGE TO THE SQUARE (STUCCO FRAMED) .

JOSEF ALBERS 1888 - 1976 HOMAGE TO THE SQUARE (STUCCO FRAMED) .