The minimalist era was also characterised by the art work of Betye Saar in the 1960s (Brodsky and Olin 333). In her work, “Victory of Gentleness: for Rosa park”, we find political, racial apartheid, sexist and racism motions of leadership and social revolution approaches.
This work depicts mixed media collection that links material customs of slavery and modes of racial discrimination in the society. Additionally the art work depicts the unsung heroes of enslaved women and non violent resistance which is often associated with women (Brodsky and Olin 333). This work also depicts the postmodern blurring of boundaries as it is open and bounded, blending depth and surface and merging icons of the window, altar and dressing table.