Minimal Art ruled most of the ’60s trends, highlighting artists like Marcel Duchamp and Piero Manzoni. That same desire of minimizing reality it’s resurfacing nowadays, 50 years later.
The research of the essential, the beauty, the meaning beyond the appearance is the main theme used by contemporary artists. In fact, they reduced shapes, objects and faces to a single continuous line. Those prints deliberately transpire sensuality, passion and love.
Hidden behind little everyday actions, you can feel the emotions appearing in hands gently touching, caressing faces and plants.
We partnered with Society6 to bring you the most popular artist-designed minimal art prints and posters to decorate your walls. Black and white art is best displayed on tinted walls, a beige, olive or gray hue for example, as it helps the monochromatic design to pop out.
This minimal Art prints collection is perfect for those who believe that “what’s essential is invisible to the eye”- Saint-Exupéry
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By Paola Comentale