Neo-Minimalist art might seem simplistic at first glance, and in fact is one of the most misunderstood movements to exist. But behind the sparse details and unembellished features is an invitation for the viewer to look deeper and focus on the shape, material and craftsmanship instead of artificiality and unnecessary aesthetics. Begovich Gallery brings four global Neo-Minimalist artists who have created work that questions the influence of the internet on our culture and provides the viewer a space to look deeper and consider their own relationship to digital spheres. Along with the show, Begovich Gallery has also released a companion book of the same name with essays and further discussions raised by the artists.

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