Published on the occasion of a major survey of Rasheed Araeen's work at Aicon Gallery New York. 'A pioneering artist and voice for alternative and Non-Western interpretations of Modern art in the 1960s and 70s, Araeen's work in this exhibition spans his oeuvre from his beginnings in Pakistan and London to the present day, and deals with aesthetic and contextual issues not often examined from within the typical cannon of Minimalist and Conceptual art. The exhibition ranges from Araeen's earliest and most iconic sculptures of the 1960s, to his pioneering kinetic, interactive and performance-based works, through to a group of increasingly complex relief constructions from his current practice.' - extracted from the Foreword

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Iftikhar DADI

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Rasheed Araeen: Minimalism Then and Now
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Rasheed Araeen: Minimalism Then and Now