Robert Morris “The Object is Less Self-Important”

Robert Morris, installation in the Green Gallery, New York, 1964. Seven geometric plywood structures painted grey.

Robert Morris, installation in the Green Gallery, New York, 1964. Seven geometric plywood structures painted grey.

“The object has not become less important. It has merely become less self-important. ”
Robert Morris
Quoted in Dan Flavin, Proposals for the visible, by Beatrice von Bismarck, p.14

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