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Interview with Ghislain Mollet-Viēville

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by John McCracken

1991

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Published in conjunction with the exhibition 'John McCracken' held between May 16 and July 12, 1991 at the Galerie Froment & Putman

John McCracken was an American Minimalist best known for his Planks, plinth-like reflective sculptures painted in various hues. In order to create the monochrome finish of his works, McCracken used fiberglass and resin to coat wooden planks which he polished to create intensely smooth surfaces before applying thin stains of paint. “My works are minimal and reduced, but also maximal,” the artist has said of his work.

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Dimensions 21 x 15 cm 8 1/2 x 6 in
Publisher Galerie Froment & Putman
Contributors Ghislain Mollet-Viēville
Pages 22
Publication Date 1991

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John McCracken

Although working with the Minimalist theory from the outset, John McCracken (1934-2011) has never denied individual sensibility and the artist’s manual activity in favour of industrial manufacture. Both painting and sculpture, the ’plank’, is a wood core, spray painted and cast in colored Polyester resin lacquer. Hand polished by the artist to reach his desired Finish Fetish, the plank is the work that best symbolizes his activity.

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