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Color, Chromophobia, and Colonialism: Some Historical Thoughts

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 06, 2013 01:12 AM
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by Carolyn Purnell last modified Mar 05, 2013

Piet Mondrian used reds, yellows, blues, and blacks. Donald Judd's palette has included green, pink, and orange. Carl Andre relied on the colors of specific materials like wood and metals. And yet somehow, the term "minimalism" today calls to mind an image of a pure, clean, and orderly space with white as the dominant color. Why, despite seeing color everywhere, do we still tend to associate the minimal and the modern with whiteness? More






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