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The Mark of Minimalism

Gifts of Works on Paper from Sarah-Ann and Werner Kramarsky

April 9 - May 29, 2005

To complement Marks of Distinction, this exhibition follows the influence of minimalism over the past three decades. The Mark of Minimalism examines the lasting legacy of minimalist forms and visual strategies on the abstract work of some recent and contemporary artists, who, rather than completely denying process, often embrace the artist's mark and its expressive qualities. All of the works that will be on display were gifted to the Hood Museum of Art by Sarah-Ann and Werner H. Kramarsky, parents of Ann Kramarsky 92.

This exhibition has been made possible by the Harrington Gallery Fund.

Carole Sebrorovski

Three Black Bars
Number five from a suite of five prints
1986
Aquatint-gravure etching
Published by Cone Editions Press, LTD, East Topsham, Vermont. Gift of Sarah-Ann and Werner H. Kramarsky; PR.2001.23.3