This publication is an appealing documentation on the heroes of Minimal Art in the ’60s such as Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, Sol Lewitt and their contemporary followers all over the world. It is partly a historical documentation, taking into account important shows like “The Responsive Eye “(New York, 1966). Old and new are insightfully joint in an extensive catalog section, which places works of young artists next to those of their artistic forerunners. Thus, the reader will be provided with an insight of how the ideas and visible structures of Minimal Art are being carried into contemporary works of art. Interviews with present-day artists such as John M. Armleder, Gerwald Rockenschaub and Heimo Zobernig will further enlighten Minimal’s developments.