Minimalism is the reduction of graphics resources of a composition to a minimum. The term minimal was first used by Richard Wolheim in 1965, a decade in which this artistic movement born to refer to paintings of Ad Reinhard.
This return to basics is reflected in the photograph of Amalia Gaita, originally from Romania, using minimal and basic elements as pure colors and simple shapes. The graphic composition is based on the use of planes that create tension lines across the field, and take look at specific points of the piece to reveal some influences of constructivism, architectural and graphic details common in De Stijl, and Reinhardt reductionist approach.
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