Art Tuesday – Ronald Bladen

The sculptural works of the American Minimalist Ronald Bladen seem like three-dimensional bodily signs that have been reduced to their most elementary stereometric forms. Often called the “father” of Minimal art, Bladen emerged along with Andre, Flavin, Judd, LeWitt, Morris and Tony Smith in the mid-1960s.

'Vroom, Shhh' by Ronald Bladen (StreetView)
'Vroom, Shhh' by Ronald Bladen

'Vroom, Shhhh' by Ronald Bladen (Birds Eye)
'Vroom, Shhhh' by Ronald Bladen
'Cosmic Seed' by Ronald Bladen (StreetView)
'Cosmic Seed' by Ronald Bladen

'Sonar Tide' by Ronald Bladen (StreetView)
'Sonar Tide' by Ronald Bladen

'Black Lightning' by Ronald Bladen (StreetView)
'Black Lightning' by Ronald Bladen

'Host of the Ellipse' by Ronald Bladen (StreetView)
'Host of the Ellipse' by Ronald Bladen
'The X' by Ronald Bladen (Birds Eye)
'The X' by Ronald Bladen

'Sonar Tide' by Ronald Bladen (Bing Maps)
'Sonar Tide' by Ronald Bladen
'Host of the Ellipse' by Ronald Bladen (Birds Eye)
'Host of the Ellipse' by Ronald Bladen

'Black Lightning' by Ronald Bladen (Birds Eye)
'Black Lightning' by Ronald Bladen

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