Wide White Space: 1966-1976

Wide White Space More than years ago an innovative art space in Antwerp called Wide White Space exhibited many of the key artists who went on to define contemporary art in the decades to come Marcel Broodthaers G

  • Title: Wide White Space: 1966-1976
  • Author: Richter Verlag Piet Coessens
  • ISBN: 9783928762380
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Wide White Space: 1966-1976

    More than 25 years ago, an innovative art space in Antwerp called Wide White Space exhibited many of the key artists who went on to define contemporary art in the decades to come Marcel Broodthaers, Gerhard Richter, Jospeh Beuys, Carl Andre, Daniel Buren and Lawrence Weiner Wide White Space and its founders Anny De Decker and Bernd Lohaus played a pivotal role in the artMore than 25 years ago, an innovative art space in Antwerp called Wide White Space exhibited many of the key artists who went on to define contemporary art in the decades to come Marcel Broodthaers, Gerhard Richter, Jospeh Beuys, Carl Andre, Daniel Buren and Lawrence Weiner Wide White Space and its founders Anny De Decker and Bernd Lohaus played a pivotal role in the art scene that emerged in the late 1960s and early 1970s, and this unusual publication documents that role with reproductions, interviews with protagonists and a complete catalogue raisonn of the exhibitions held there As Jean Pierre Criqui wrote in Artforum, Here we have the embryo of a social history of the art of the 60s and 70s.

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