By Peter Osborne
A global circulate that particular geographical-cultural styles, Conceptual paintings equipped at the legacy of Marcel Duchamp, redefining the institutional and social relationships between creation, paintings and viewers in methods that have comprehensively reworked the character of the paintings item and kinds of inventive perform, either traditionally and within the present.
Investigating and documenting the histories, theories and different types of Conceptual paintings, this well timed ebook, together with either verified writers and a brand new iteration of paintings historians, exhibits that Conceptual artwork was once a extensive circulation encompassing a number of creative developments. this can be the main stimulating account of the move up to now, arguing forcefully for its energy and strength in addition to reading its impression on artwork this present day.
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