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This monograph explores the origins and impact of Michelangelo Pistoletto’s seminal body of work the Minus Objects (Oggetti in meno), which is considered fundamental to the birth of the Arte Povera movement. Four years after his iconic mirror paintings catapulted him to international acclaim, Michelangelo Pistoletto took an abrupt left turn with his series, the Minus Objects. Comprised of 28 disparate objects – an oversize cardboard rose; an industrial lamp casting green light; a minimalist iron sculpture – the Minus Objects break with the notion of a signature style and are symbolic of infinite creative possibilities. As an ensemble, it minimizes the role of authorship, permitting each enigmatic object to speak for itself as autonomous and self-sufficient.