Guggenheim ‘decommissions’ conceptual and Minimalist works over questions of authenticity | The Art Newspaper

In foreground, two fabrications of Robert Morris's Untitled (Door Stop), 1965. (On left: 2018 artist-supervised, museum-made plywood fabrication; on right: 1965 fiberglass fabrication).  On far wall: two fabrications of Dan Flavin's Untitled (to Henri Matisse) 1964. (On left: historical fabrication received from Panza; right: 1995 fabrication produced in coordination with the Flavin studio)
In foreground, two fabrications of Robert Morris’s Untitled (Door Stop), 1965. (On left: 2018 artist-supervised, museum-made plywood fabrication; on right: 1965 fiberglass fabrication). On far wall: two fabrications of Dan Flavin’s Untitled (to Henri Matisse) 1964. (On left: historical fabrication received from Panza; right: 1995 fabrication produced in coordination with the Flavin studio) David Heald/¬© Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York

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