Carl Andre was a prominent sculptor and artist during the 1960s and 1970s. His work is seen as some of the most innovative pieces of his generation. Alongside artist like Donal Judd, Sol LeWitt, and Eva Hesse, he played a definign role in the nature of modern day minimalist art.
Known for his contributions of distancing sculpture from processes like carving or modeling-- Andre instead made worked that simply involved sorting and placing.
During his time as an artist, his work redefined the term sculpture and provided the on watcher a pure visual experience.