An investigation of how two geographically and chronologically different groups of artists resolved problems of form, reduction, and how they perceived absence and/or presence. Includes works by: llya Chashnik, Ellsworth Kelly, Kasimir Malevich, Ad Reinhardt, David Smith, Tony Smith  Drawing on the parallels between the works of the modern American artists and the Russian avant-garde,  John Bowlt notes that, "all these artists reduced artistic form to its purest condition and tested the very limits of pure painting and construction."


Text by John Bowlt curated by D.K. Walla.


Selected with text notes by D. K. Walla

Kent Fine Art, New York, 1986

55 pp.  23 color plates. Paperback

ISBN: none


out of print