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- Conceptual art
Mel Bochner b. 1940 is recognized as one of the leading figures in the development of Conceptual art in New York in the 1960s and 1970s. He pioneered the introduction of the use of language in the visual, probing the way they relate to one another to make us more...
This new interpretation of the structure and meaning of the Happenings produced by Allan Kaprow 1927-2006 and Claes Oldenburg b. 1929 in the late 1950s and 1960s sheds light on the context, theoretical framework, and working practice unique to this groundbreaking artistic form. Drawing on extensive archival research and including...
By Nizan Shaked
Traces two intersecting trajectories in American art. It shows how rights-based 1960s politics and the identity politics of the 1970s influenced the development of Conceptual art with a capital 'C' into the diverse set of practices generally characterised as conceptualist with a lower-case 'c'. -- .
This book is a clarion call to artists, writers, and scientists to explore their willingness to wonder and drive to discover.
An exploration of walking and mapping as both form and content in art projects using old and new technologies, shoe leather and GPS. From Guy Debord in the early 1950s to Richard Long, Janet Cardiff, and Esther Polak more recently, contemporary artists have returned again and again to the walking...
By Glenn Ligon
Glenn Ligon b1960 is one of the most significant American artists of his generation. Much of his work relates to abstract expressionism and minimalist painting, remixing formal characteristics to highlight the cultural and social histories of the time, such as the civil rights movement. The exhibition brings together artworks and...