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Diagonal of Personal Ecstasy (the Diagonal of May to Constantin Brancusi), 1963 - Dan Flavin

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Dan Flavin, Monument I to Tatlin, néons, Dia Foundation for the Arts NY

Dan Flavin Artist

Artist Studio Photos

Artist Studio Photo - The Dan Flavin Installation in the Menil Collection's Richmond Hall One of the original minimalists, Dan flavin uses fluorescent lighting to create aesthetic structure.

Dan Flavin (American, 1933–1996) pink out of a corner (to Jasper Johns)  Date: 1963 Medium: Fluorescent light and metal fixture Dimensions: 8' x 6" x 5 3/8" (243.8 x 15.2 x 13.6 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Philip Johnson MoMA Number: 67.1979 Copyright: © 2014 Estate of Dan Flavin / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Dan Flavin, pink out of a corner (to Jasper Johns), Fluorescent light and metal fixture, x x 5 x x cm). Gift of Philip Johnson. © 2013 Estate of Dan Flavin

Dan Flavin

Dan Flavin was one of the founders of minimal art. His breakthrough use of light has been emulated not only in art but in design and archi.

rob-art:  Dan Flavin, “Untitled (to Saskia, Sixtina, Thordis.)” ©Adagp, Paris 2007 (via SHIFT 日本語版 | HAPPENING | フランソワ・ピノー・コレクション展)

polychroniadis: Installation by Dan Flavin, in which 304 fluorescent light fixtures were laid over 50 meters.The space was lit up in pink, green and yellow neon lights, creating the sense that the the audience was somehow becoming the exhibit.

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1933 - owns flourescent light! Above: untitled (to you, Heiner, with admiration and affection), 1973 - fluorescent light, modular units 122 x 122 cm length variable