Pop-Up Art Exhibit
May 12 - June 30, 2017
Minimal Mostly will bring to Rochester work by world renown artists: Josef Albers, Carmen Herrera, Ellsworth Kelly, Sol LeWitt, Agnes Martin, and Frank Stella. These “Masters of Minimal” are artists who developed and formalized the concepts of minimal art. Featuring objects in a variety of media – painting, print, sculpture and photo-based work, the exhibit will examine the stylistic varieties within Minimalism as well as its continued influence on visual art today by younger artists committed to the practice.
Presented by Deborah Ronnen Fine Art
& R1 Studios
Free and open to the public; private visits by appointment
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 1-7PM
1328 University Avenue, Suite B, Rochester, NY 14607
R1 Studios is located at 1328 University Avenue Suite B, East of Culver Road between The Revelry and Joe Bean Coffee Roasters. Parking is available in the lot directly adjacent to the building.
Where / When
May 12, 5-9 PM
Screening of The 100 Years Show
May 14, 3 PM
Directed by Alison Klayman, a documentary on the life of Carmen Herrera, at The Little Theatre. Followed by a discussion led by Deborah Ronnen and Rachel Haidu, Associate Professor of Art History, University of Rochester.
June 2, 5-9 PM
Lecture on Minimal Art
June 4, 2 PM
Located at The Memorial Art Gallery Auditorium by Cathleen Chaffee, Senior Curator at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.
Screening of Sol LeWitt
June 11, 2 PM
Directed by Chris Teerink, a documentary on the practice of Sol LeWitt, at The Dryden Theater at George Eastman Museum.
Minimalism in Poetry and Music
June 16, 7-10 PM
An evening of Minimal poetry and music with DJ Father Time at R1 Studios, in collaboration with BOA Editions.