Minimalism is an abstract form of art developed in the 1960s. It’s extending the idea that art should have its own reality and not imitate something existing. With minimalism, no attempt is made to bring something “extra”; meaning - representing a reality or convey feelings or emotions. What you see is what you see, the artist only wants the viewer to respond to what is in front of him. Frank Stella is one of the pioneer of this movement. Aesthetically, this art form offers a highly purified form of beauty and is often associated to truth, order, simplicity and harmony.