“These things hardly existed at all,” remarked Robert Irwin of his untitled columns, begun in 1969.1 In Blink and You’ll Miss It, Irwin described how his transparent cast-acrylic sculptures inhabit a gallery space austerely, how they appear to “sit on a delicate edge” between absence and presence....
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