One of Chicago's premier art patrons and an architecture and
interior design critic, Judith Neisser has amassed a remarkable
collection of international contemporary art. More than 100 works
are presented in this captivating, inside look at the Neisser
family collection, highlighting paintings, sculpture, and works on
paper from the 1960s to the present. Special emphasis is given to
Minimalism and Conceptualism, most notably objects by Sol LeWitt,
Robert Ryman, Donald Judd, Brice Marden, and Blinky Palermo. Other
artists practicing in distinct traditions, such as Eva Hesse, Cy
Twombly, and Rudolf Stingel, have been wonderfully integrated into
the collection based on shared themes such as seriality, the
monochrome, reductive geometric forms, and the grid. Included in
this generously illustrated book is an in-depth interview with
Neisser about her distinctive collection.
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