The subject which held as research is based on analyzing the individual artwork through the concepts of ‘Minimalism’ and ‘Installation’. The main goal to focus on these topics is the balance between reductionist attitude and repetition of the units. The popularity of these two concepts in contemporary art is undeniable truth, but the use of these trends in ceramic art is not as well-known as the other fields. Through this study, taking attention to minimalist installations in ceramic art is another goal. In this context, the first part consists of the emergence of Minimalism and its basic properties, leading figures such as Donald Judd and Sol LeWitt’s artistic perspectives. The second part focuses on the key features of the Installation Art and Ceramic Art, discussed through the works of John Mason, Clare Twomey, and others. The use of these movements in this field, differences, and similarities between the past and present are the last part of this research.
Keywords: Minimalism, Ceramics, Installation, Reductive, Repetition