Minimal works are readable as art, as almost anything is today—including a door, a table, or a blank sheet of paper… . That, precisely, is the trouble. Minimal Art remains too much a feat if ideation, and not enough anything else. Its idea remains an idea, something deduced instead of felt and discovered.
—Clement Greenberg, 1967
Art is what you can get away with.
—Andy Warhol (attributed)