Dorothy and Herbert Vogel spent decades assembling one of the country's most extensive collections of contemporary art. The exhibition From Minimal to Conceptual Art: Works from The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection at The National Gallery of Art was the first major showing of their collection. The exhibition included drawings, photographs, paintings, and sculpture that illustrated the radical expansion of intellectual and stylistic expression in Europe and America since the 1960s.
This illustrated catalog includes an essay tracing the development of minimal through conceptual art by John Paoletti, professor of art history, Wesleyan University; an interview with the Vogels conducted by Ruth Fine; selected artists' writings; a selected bibliography of articles about the Vogels; and an exhibition history of their collection.
- 143 Pages
- 9 x 10.5 inches
- Published: 1994
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