DON DUDLEY Early Work
Edited by Thomas Zander.
Published by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne.
240 pages, 113 images
Essays by Konrad Bitterli, Martin Germann, Thomas Lawson & Catherine Taft
German I English
Don Dudley’s work is a unique form of Minimal Art representing a historical dialogue between the minimal practices of the American East and West Coasts in the 1960s and ‘70s. It simultaneously speaks to a new generation of artists who are re-examining perfectionist surfaces and minimalist practices. This publication is the first comprehensive monograph on the artist and presents a rich selection of his wall installations, the aluminium- and Homasote-works, as well as works on paper and sketches.