Seramik Sanatında Minimalist Düzenlemeler
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The subject which held as an Art Work Report is based on evaluating the individual art works through the ‘Minimalism’ and ‘Installation’ concepts. The reason of focusing on these two topic is the harmony of between reductionist attitude and repetition of the units. Many art movement has been effective in the long history of the history of art. Minimalism emerged in the 1960s and in 1970s Installation Art began to show itself as well as many of art field these two concepts were effective also in Ceramic Art. In this context, the first chapter of report consists of the emergence of Minimalism and its basic properties, leading figures such as Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, Carl Andre, Dan Flavin and Richard Serra’s artistic perspectives of the work are discussed. In the second chapter, focuses on the main features of the Installation Art process of the historical development, discussed of the works of Joseph Beuys as well as the artists of the Land Art such as Robert Smithson, Nancy Holt, Walter De Maria and James Turrel. The modernization process of Ceramic Art, the use of Minimalizm and Installation Art in this field are the third chapter of the report. Fourth chapter consists of the description of personal creative process and the interpretation of the works.