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Fred Sandback, Whitechapel Gallery

Fred Sandback, Whitechapel Gallery

One of the great overlooked Minimalists bares all

'Untitled (Sculptural Study, Seven-point Triangular Construction)' at the WhitechapelPhoto courtesy Fred Sandback archive and Whitechapel Gallery

Fred Sandback is one of the great overlooked of the Minimalist movement that developed in the 1960s. Both those words are important – “great” and “overlooked”: his work is genuinely great, and part of its greatness is the way it has overlooking built into it.

As in all Sandback’s work, the illustrative, pictorial nature of sculpture is blown apart

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