Alternate Diagonals of March 2, 1964 (To Don Judd), 1964

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Dan Flavin

Dan Flavin 
Alternate Diagonals of March 2, 1964 (to Don Judd)
, 1964
Tubes fluorescents lumière du jour / Daylight fluorescent light
Diagonale 369,6 cm
Collection de la Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris

© ADAGP, Paris 2019

© Fondation Louis Vuitton / Marc Domage

Dedicated to Donald Judd, one of the central figures of minimal art, this work is one of the first proposals made by Dan Flavin with fluorescent tubes. 

From this artwork emanates a light that removes all shadows and sense of volume, bathing the object and surrounding space in a sort of aura, to the extent that one can no longer tell where the artwork starts and finishes.

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Dan Flavin

1933-1996, in New York (United States)
Died in 1996 (United States)

In 1963, Dan Flavin began working with the medium of light: functional fluorescent tubes exhibited in their original state, without alteration or decoration.
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