minimal art

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n minimal art an art movement in sculpture and painting that began in the 1950s and emphasized extreme simplification of form and color
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Quotations

  • Hilton Kramer
    Hilton Kramer
    “The more minimal the art, the more maximum the explanation.”

Usage

In literature:

Each possessed the art of controlling trifles; thus troubles were minimized and joys were magnified.
"The Harris-Ingram Experiment" by Charles E. Bolton
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In news:

DANCE Conceptual art and minimalism are not usually associated with dance.
Johns laid the groundwork for both Pop Art and Minimalism.
Liturgy 's 2009 album Renihilation is an ecstatic, ferocious, and brainy blast of black-metal art, indebted as much to medieval religious music and minimalism as it is to Darkthrone and Burzum.
A memorial, as part of a mixed-use project, will in some way turn out to look Minimalist , Minimalism , of all improbable art movements of the last 50 years, having become the unofficial language of memorial art.
A Warholesque Minimalist who favored understated paintings and overstated Happenings while also setting the stage for Post- Minimalism and feminist art, she has art-star credentials to burn.
The Rape of Europa (2006) Documentary about Nazi Germany's plundering of Europe's great works of art during World War II and Allied efforts to minimize the damage.
Liturgy's 2009 album Renihilation is an ecstatic, ferocious, and brainy blast of black-metal art, indebted as much to medieval religious music and minimalism as it is to Darkthrone and Burzum.
I'm tired of ironic hipster art, minimal drawings coupled with what are meant to be pearls of wisdom encapsulated in a tagline.
The art is gorgeous, the text is one-word-per-page minimal and the "story" is sprinkled with welcome surprises.
Arts 'M' is for Minimal at Michael Cordell's Debut Solo Show.
Minimalism was the last great revolution to happen in the world of art music.
Inspired by modern art and architecture, modern quilters embrace the tenets of modernism , including simplicity, minimalism, clean lines, the use of negative space, experimentation and new ways of looking at old ideas.
Soldier's safety in combat zones is a top priority for the Army, and state-of-the-art technology is often used to minimize the risk.
Named for its semblance to the feathers of a peacock , the Peacock Technique is a gel technique that enables artists to create a variety of different effects and expand their nail art creativity with minimal effort.
John Hollenbeck's compositions draw upon various types of vernacular and art music, not the least pronounced of which is Reichian minimalism.
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In science:

As a matter of fact, the state-of-the-art expansions of the static RG functions in the minimal subtraction scheme are currently available for many models within the five-loop accuracy [9, 44] but it is not the case for the dynamic functions.
Model C critical dynamics of random anisotropy magnets
Efficiency : Benefited by the false positive elimination techniques, RacX only needs to monitor a small portion of all the memory operations, thus causes the minimal production run slowdowns among a number of state-of-the-art deterministic replay schemes for commodity multi-processor systems.
Efficient Deterministic Replay Using Complete Race Detection
However, that remains still a kind of art without any strict assertions as to the minimal set of the master integrals or the most efficient strategy.
Recurrence Relations for Three-Loop Prototypes of Bubble Diagrams with a Mass
Especially, in the DV setting, with its highly conditional entangled-pair creation and connection protocols, the minimal requirements on the necessary quantum memories [95, 96, 97] are far from being met using state-of-the-art resources.
Optical hybrid approaches to quantum information
We show that our method, although using minimal linguistic resources, can achieve good results among state-of-the-art summarizers.
Improving Update Summarization by Revisiting the MMR Criterion
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