This Minimalism Which is Not One: Patriarchy in an Expanded Field

Vera Molnar (left) Movement giratoire (noir) (1959) and (right) Movement (1959).
Vera Molnar, Molndrian 74,066/11.29.01 (1974)
Rosemarie Castro, Black Flasher (1979) installation view at Female Minimal: Abstraction in the Expanded Field, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Ely House, London.
Mary Miss, Knots (1969) installation view at Female Minimal: Abstraction in the Expanded Field, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Ely House, London.
Liliane Lijn, Poemkoan=D=4=Open=Apollinaire (1968)
Lolo Soldevilla, Untitled (1954)

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