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Process art

U.S. and Europe, mid-1960s

Process art emphasizes the “process” of making art (rather than any predetermined composition or plan) and the concepts of change and transience, as elaborated in the work of such artists as Lynda Benglis, Eva Hesse, Robert Morris, Bruce Nauman, Alan Saret, Richard Serra, Robert Smithson, and Keith Sonnier.

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Eva Hesse, Expanded Expansion, 1969
Robert Morris, Untitled (Pink Felt), 1970
Robert Morris, Untitled (Brown Felt), 1973
Richard Serra, Belts, 1966–67
Robert Smithson, Yucatan Mirror Displacements (1-9), 1969
Robert Smithson, Hotel Palenque, 1969–72