Name: Course: Tutor: Date: Minimalism Artwork Artwork portrays human beings characteristics of developing broad range of artifacts that expresses one's thought and ideas. Minimalism art on the other hand is described as visual arts like public sculptures. A pared-down design is used in minimalist artwork to express thoughts and ideas. The prominence of minimalist artwork grew in the 1960s as various artists started to display their artworks publicly. Eva Hesse Lynda Bengalis and Louise Bourgeois artwork can also be categorized as minimalist art due to several characteristics of their art designs (VanEenoo 7). Eva Hesse was a German-American sculptor who originally trained to be a She uses a table in a space like a womb which is covered by a flesh colored. The soft red color is smeared on to portray death and blood. In this art she depicts the aftermath of violence and killing brought about by anger. cited-http://theartstory.org/images20/pnt/pnt_bourgeois_louise_7.jpg In summation these minimalist arts of work portrayed by Eva Hesse Lynda Bengalis and Louise Bourgeois clearly utilizes the aspect of the pared-down design to express their artwork and bring out their thoughts fears and feelings Work Cited VanEenoo Cedric. "Minimalism in Art and Design: Concept influences implications and perspectives." Journal of Fine and Studio Art 2.1 (2011): 7-12. [...]
500 words cited using MLA style Wikipedia is not a permitted scholarly source. 3 to 4 images Note the artwork’s identifying traits: title, name of artist, year created, medium, and current location. How could the 1960s and 1970s artwork of Eva Hesse, Lynda Bengalis, and Louise Bourgeois be seen as a critique Minimalist art? Support your discussion with at least two examples, including at least one Minimalist artwork.