11 March, 2007


MINUS SPACE is a curatorial/critical project based in Brooklyn, New York, presenting the most innovative reductive, concept-based art by international artists working in all media.

Reductive, concept-based work is generally characterized by its use of plainspoken materials, monochromatic or limited color, geometry and pattern, repetition and seriality, precise craftsmanship, and intellectual rigor.

MINUS SPACE presents exhibitions, which include an interview with the artist(s); provides a directory of affiliated artists, their work, and ideas; publishes critical essays, reviews, interviews; lists exhibitions currently on view; and provides original art historical research, as well as a comprehensive directory of links to related web sites.



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Anonymous said...

MINUS SPACE is on view October 19, 2008 - January 26, 2009 at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center / MoMA, Long Island City, NY.

P.S.1 has invited Minus Space to present an exhibition of Reductive art: art characterized by minimalism and abstraction in its use of monochromatic color, geometry, and pattern. For P.S.1, Minus Space has brought together 54 artists working internationally, ranging from Australia to Brazil to New York City, for a dense and playful show in the Café and Basement Boiler Room, two of the museum's most unique and intriguing exhibition spaces. Organized by P.S.1 Curatorial Advisor Phong Bui .