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History of Sarah Ann Weeks

Today’s post is another pioneer biography, this time in Sarah Ann Weeks’ own words.

An autobiography and life sketch of Sarah Anne Weeks Lewis

I am daughter of Joseph Peter Weeks and Anne Kearns Weeks. 1,405 more words


Theory Seminar: The Shape of Behaviour 2

Rosalind Krauss in her article ‘Allusion and Illusion in Donald Judd’ criticises Judd, who believes in creating works with no allusion or illusion, saying that his work does allude to other things.   412 more words


Theory Lecture 2: Minimalism

Donald Judd was a prominent and respected artist and critic throughout the 60s-80s. Having started as a painter, his work began to move away from works with ‘illusory’ qualities in the early 60s and in 1964 he was commissioned to write a survey of art which became the foundation theory for the movement that became known as ‘Minimalism’. 746 more words