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Carl Andre, Alan Charlton, Niele Toroni - CAN
A conceptual exhibition with installations by Carl Andre, Alan Charlton and Niele Toroni: the seriality and the conceptual foundation of the works are rooted in the 1960s and 1970s which, through their radical interpretation of painting and sculpture, continue to question contemporary artistic production.
Published on the occasion of the exponymous exhibition at the CAN, Neuchâtel, in 2001-2002.
Carl Andre (born 1935 in Quincy, Massachusetts) is one of the last artists of the Minimalist movement founded by Sol LeWitt, Donald Judd and Dan Flavin.
Alan Charlton (born 1948 in Shefield) is a British conceptual artist.
Niele Toroni (born 1937 in Muralto) is a Swiss artist who belongs to the minimalist movement, co-founder of the group B.M.P.T. with Buren, Mosset and Parmentier.
Edited by Olivier Mosset.
Texts by Eva Meyer-Hermann and Michael Steger.

Published with JRP|Ringier.
published in 2004
bilingual edition (English / French)
15 x 21,5 cm (softcover)
64 pages (11 colour illustrations)
ISBN : 978-2-940271-15-3
EAN : 9782940271153
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