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Robert Ryman Drawing with Numbers, 1963 Charcoal with graphite and pastel on yellow paper 482 x 482 mm

Robert Ryman. Untitled, 1958. Photograph: Bill Jacobson, courtesy The Greenwich Collection, Ltd., © Robert Ryman /Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

The Dia Art Foundation presents an exhibition of nearly fifty years of the work of Robert Ryman, one of the most important artists of the postwar period. Further to his 1993 exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, this show will provide the public.

Robert Ryman

Robert Ryman is a painter who appeals to me for his sheer peculiarity: practically self-taught, from early on he had the lucidity of mind, and depth of conviction, to proceed in his work with little stylistic evolution.

Agnes Martin, Untitled, 1960

Agnes Bernice Martin was a Canadian-American abstract painter, often referred to as a minimalist; Martin considered herself an abstract expressionist.

Robert Ryman - Study, 1961, ("Throughout his career, Ryman has isolated the most basic components of painting and experimented with their variations.")

Robert Ryman - Study, ("Throughout his career, Ryman has isolated the most basic components of painting and experimented with their variations.

Agnes Martin

This organized artwork is about a restless accountant only seeing the grids to fill out day after day.

Robert Mangold. Four Squares Within a Square (Light Blue), 1974.

Robert Mangold Four Squares Within a Square (Light Blue), 1974 Acrylic and graphite on canvas; 36 x 36 inches Private collection

Celle, Siedlung Georgsgarten Block I and Wall Mural, 2006 after otto haesler 1927

Silke Schatz - Celle, Siedlung Georgsgarten Block I and Wall Mural, 2006 after otto haesler 1927 - Contemporary Art

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