Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art will host an exhibition titled ‘Minimalism and Conceptual Art’ as of June 21.

Curated by Behrang Samadzadegan, the exhibition will feature 120 oeuvres by 34 artists. The art lovers can visit the exhibition as of June 22.

The show will focus on two currents of minimalism and conceptual art in Iran’s history and their impacts and derivations.

The exhibition makes great attempt to present a valuable treasure of the museum which in the middle of the 20th century proposed a new definition of art that was previously unimaginable.

Prioritizing thought over modernist aesthetic splendor brought about great changes in the world of arts, the statement of the exhibition reads.

Sol LeWitt, Joseph Cassatt, John Baldessari, Jan Dibbets, Dennis Oppenheim, Bernard Wynne, Shusaku Arakawa, Marcel Duchamp, Gilbert & George, Donald Judd, Robert Smithson, Bernd and Hilla Becher, and Michele Zaza are among artists whose works will be on display at the exhibition.


Source: Iran Daily