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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
London : Phaidon, 1998
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|Description:||447 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction: What is conceptual art? --
Anti-art gestures in early modernism: Duchamp and Dada --
The postwar period: alternatives to painting --
False, radical and obdurate: realities in the early 1960s --
The dematerialized object, almost: eight conceptual artworks --
Who were the brain police?: varieties of conceptual art --
The crisis of authority: political and institutional contexts --
The end?: decline or diaspora of conceptual art? --
Where were they?: the curious case of women conceptual artists --
Looking at others: artists using photography --
What is your name?: artists using words since 1980 --
Who are the style police?: controversies and contexts in recent art.
|Series Title:||Art & ideas.|
"Tony Godfrey's book is the intelligent, well argued, comprehensive and beautifully presented survey of Conceptual art we have been waiting on for years. It is both accessible and easily readable
- Conceptual art.
- Art, Modern -- 20th century.
- Art -- 20e siècle.
- Art conceptuel.
- Art, Modern.
- Conceptuele kunst.