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Anne Truitt, "Threshold: Work from the 1970s"

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Time Out says

A pioneer of Minimalist sculpture and painting, Truitt (1921–2004) lived and worked in Washington, D.C., which was also home to the Washington Color School, made up of Morris Louis, Kenneth Noland and Gene Davis, among others. Like those artists, Truitt made color an important facet of her work, most noticeably in her best-known pieces, which resemble abstract columns. This show includes some of those, along with other examples of her output.

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