Published by Kerber. Edited by Martin Henschel. Text by Donald Alberti, Martin Henschel, John Tremblay.
Towards the end of the 1960s, against the backdrops of Minimalism, Conceptualism and Color Field painting, British artist Alan Uglow (born 1941) began emptying out the pictorial surfaces of his paintings. Stripped to the bare bones, his best-known works are blank canvases outlined in monochromatic bands, works that occupy the space between picture, relief and architectural entity.