Minimalism: the ideas that have come to this unique movement based on the notion that work is carried to its fundamentals, and that this bare those integral parts of self expression. Other than the visual art disciplines have been affected by the ideas of minimalism, and acted beyond the aesthetic, creating new and different ways to interpret literature and even life itself. With regard to painting, paintings typical minimalist color schemes used rather limited and simple designs with geometric shapes. The minimalist sculpture focuses on the materials used. The phases considered for this movement are characterized by having advanced the general concept of minimalism. The distillation of the forms was the first phase, where taxpayers claiming that, in order to generate a universal language of art, the masses should understand easily, and seemed ready to support the rapid industrialization for the particular setting of the time. Looking for the purity of the shape, and paving the way for abstraction, allowing the second phase of the movement arrived. Many of the formats for the commercial art that is seen today has a large portion of transfondo owed to this particular movement in visual art, allowing us to understand at a fundamental level what the message the artist is trying to convey. Many of the signs and signals that are today dependent on the idea of translating the universal message in popular terms. We can easily see the influence of minimalism throughout the world, and we might say that is so mixed up in our society that we can hardly see.