The California light artist James Turrell founded a new,
spatially defined light art in the 1960s. In this volume, art
historian Ulrike Gehring examines the various qualities of light in
American art. The transition from painted light in a picture to
staged light in space is traced in the examples of James Turrell,
Mark Rothko, Barnett Newman, and Dan Flavin.
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