VIEWPOINT: Conceptual Art

A pyramid of jumbled rags, a multi-colored wool bear sitting on a plastic sheet, a tumbled bed with dirty sheets. All conceptual art, all accepted as art in museums, galleries, private collections, international exhibitions.

The acceptance of the unexceptional subject has been with us so very long that, observing fly-like in a corner, one can note show-goers examine with solemn, even reverential eyes, the concept made manifest and physical. What do they know of its history?


The above is an excerpt from an article by Elin Lake-Ewald, Ph.D, ASA, RICS.

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Viewpoint - Conceptual Art