A member of the National Socialist German Workers’ party that controlled Germany from 1933-1945 under Adolf Hitler.
Michael Heizer uses this term to describe his many of his works. Instead of making an object, he creates a space by removing earth from the ground.
The space around and between forms and shapes.
A style of painting that combines traditional Japanese techniques and new ideas from Europe and the United States.
Without distinct qualities, dull and uninteresting.