The Easel

Robert Morris, Sculptor and Writer Who Helped Define Postwar Art, Dies at 87

Morris long resisted the idea of living life according to a single narrative. Building dance props led to his famous grey painted plywood sculptures – the start of minimalism. His later work was diverse – felt, music, land art and more. “‘Simplicity of shape does not necessarily equate with simplicity of experience” he commented. An excellent background interview is here.