20 facts about Carl Andre

Carl Andre (born September 16, 1935) is an American minimalist artist credited for his ordered linear and grid format sculptures. His sculptures range from large public artworks [such as Stone Field Sculpture, 1977 in Hartford, Connecticut and Lament for the Children, 1976 in Long Island City, New York], to large interior works exhibited upon the floor [such as 144 Magnesium Square, 1969], to small intimate works [such as Satier: Zinc on Steel, 1989 (shown below) and 7 Alnico Pole, 2011].

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