David Zwirner Books • "The largest overview yet mounted in New York of the tender, Minimally inclined art of Jan Schoonhoven (1914-1994), a Dutch artist who emerged in the postwar period and by the early 1960s was making white-on-white wall reliefs of shallow grids. Invariably enriched by the play of light — especially when their interior planes are slanted — they achieve both a quietly stunning variety and a sense of timelessness through utmost simplicity." —Roberta Smith, New York Times  |  8 x 10 in., 126 pages