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conceptual art

Charlotte Posenenske

That the output of Charlotte Posenenske's brief artistic career—which lasted just over a decade—is now the subject of a retrospective at Dia:Beacon.

Neke Carson

In 1971, Neke Carson went to Leo Castelli Gallery, placed a piece of black paper on the floor, and tousled his hair over it to collect a smattering of dandruff.

Trust Survey 2018

Adrian Piper has taken care to explain that her work in philosophy, her "day job," as she writes, is not a mirror image, in another guise, of her work in visual art.

Al Taylor

In the work of Al Taylor (1948–1999), nothing is quite what it seems. Or perhaps, objects are everything they seem, all at once.

Igniting the Archive

The Mexico-City-based conceptual artist Minerva Cuevas explores the ways in which seemingly banal items like fruit, chocolate, and water reflect the practices and ideology of global capitalism.

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