Minus Space: A Champion for Reductivism in the Center of the Art Market, by Jim Caton, Long Island Homes for Sale, June 1, 2015

Mark Dagley, Structural Solutions, MINUS SPACE, Brooklyn, NY

Installation view of Mark Dagley: Structural Solutions
MINUS SPACE, Brooklyn, NY, 2012

Minus Space may be a gallery dedicated to the pared-down genre of Reductivist art, but in the twelve years since its founding, it has grown considerably. What began as an online curator site in 2003 has since evolved into perhaps the world’s center for the neo-minimalist movement known as Reductivism.

With a charming and spacious new location on the ground floor of the old Stable Building in Dumbo, Brooklyn, Minus Space has accumulated an impressive inventory of art in a variety of media.

Even when operating Minus Space as a curator website, Deleget found being located in New York to be vital to his project, and he believes that the new location in Brooklyn, particularly the gentrified area dubbed Dumbo, puts the gallery in the middle of the action.

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