Dan Flavin (1933-1996) as the main advocate of minimalism, Flavin’s main contribution is to allow the audience to overcome the traditional concept of painting and image. Gradually have a profound influence on sculpture and painting. In his works, light is both a subject and a medium, and he redefines the boundaries of art. He used commercial fluorescent tubes as creative materials and devoted himself to a series of installation works, which changed people’s conventional understanding of space and lighting, and created a shocking art space that combines light and color. Melt the color into the light and it becomes endless. Dan Flavin has infinite exploration of light. Light is his paint and his paintbrush. Using only ordinary neon tubes, he frees the paintings from the frame and turns them into beautiful and dazzling The light flows freely in space.
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