What art movement was the artist Pierrette Bloch associated with?
The artist Pierrette Bloch was inspired by minimalism, which developed in New York around 1967. She had a particular fondness for paper, Masonite and other “modest” materials. The artist’s work can also be likened to the Supports/Surfaces movement that developed in France at the end of the 1960s. The artist Pierrette Bloch is also known for her collages in Canson, kraft or Bristol paper which she mounted on Masonite panels, as well as her lines—successions of spots and dots in ink on long-format pieces of paper—and her work creating meshes. Her work was an art of subtraction, of stripping back.
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