Still, the artists were maximalists of a sort: The austerity of their objects freed the viewer to experience the work in any way they wished. "Minimalism can return you to this basic state where you're perceiving purely," says David Raskin, a professor of contemporary art history at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
The Oppressive Gospel of 'Minimalism' 
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Still, the artists were maximalists of a sort: The austerity of their objects freed the viewer to experience the work in any way they wished. "Minimalism can return you to this basic state where you're perceiving purely," says David Raskin, a professor of contemporary art history at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
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