Blocks of color on a cloudless day at the baseball stadium. Not as simple as color field painting but you get the idea. Some of that style of art can be intellectual but occasionally the high concept gets to be a bit much. I once heard Ellsworth Kelly give a talk with Richard Serra at the opening of the Pulitzer Foundation museum here. He insisted that he could tell within 1/16th of an inch (25 mm) if his commissioned painting for the museum was hung correctly. Serra laughed at him.
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