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Minimalism

Developed in post WWII Western visual art, Minimalism rejects nonessential forms, features and concepts. Minimalism is often considered a reaction to Abstract Expressionism and exemplifies use of geometric shapes, industrial materials, monochrome palettes, and lack of representational content.

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