Posts Tagged ‘ Conceptual Art ’

Whose Name Was Writ in Water, by Ariana Reines | Magazine – Art in America

Partial view of an untitled installation by Robert Gober, 2003-05, plaster, urethane, fiberglass and mixed mediums, dimensions variable. Courtesy Museum of Modern Art, New York.Photo Thomas Griesel

Whose Name Was Writ in Water – Magazine – Art in America.

Agnieszka Kurant | Art in America

View of Agnieszka Kurant’s exhibition, showing an untitled work, 2014, conveyor belt and mirror; at Tanya Bonakdar.

Agnieszka Kurant – Reviews – Art in America.

Art Post-LaBeouf — Medium

Thanks to Maxwell Clark ~

Art Post-LaBeouf The hermeneutics of cryptocurrency as conceptual poetry in networked society

In “Art After Philosophy” (1969), Joseph Kosuth argued that since Duchamp the value of conceptual art, as opposed to formalist art that is valued for its beauty, is “weighed according to how much [it] questioned the nature of art.” A new work of conceptual art can be characterized as a new proposition about what art is. If the artist is successful, we accept their demonstration as proof and expand our concept of what art can be.

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Baldessari Sings LeWitt

What Are The United States And Why Are There So Many of Them (Work in Progress by Heriberto Yépez) :: S/N New World Poetics

What Are The United States And Why Are There So Many of Them (Work in Progress) :: S/N New World Poetics.

Barry Schwabsky’s Signs of Protest: Occupy’s Guerilla Semiotics / The Nation

Signs of Protest: Occupy’s Guerilla Semiotics | The Nation.

Conceptual Artist H A Schult’s Trash Hotel in Madrid / YahooNews

 

Trash Hotel Art Installation by H A Schult

H A Schult conceptual art installation trash hotel in Spain