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  • Conceptual Art by Alexander Alberro
    Conceptual Art (English, Paperback)

    This landmark anthology collects for the first time the key historical documents that helped give definition and purpose to the conceptual art movement.

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  • Institutional Critique by Alexander Alberro
    Institutional Critique (English, Paperback)

    An anthology of writings and projects by artists who developed and extended the genre of institutional critique.

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  • Two-Way Mirror Power by Dan Graham
    Two-Way Mirror Power (English, Paperback)

    Essays charting the diverse works of renowned conceptual artist Dan Graham.

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  • Robert Smithson by Eugenie Tsai
    Robert Smithson (English, Paperback)

    This catalogue accompanying a blockbuster retrospective traveling exhibition opening at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles in Sept. 2004 is THE major study of Robert Smithson (1938-1973), who is most renowned as an early Earthworks artist and creator of Spiral Jetty, a fifteen-hundred-foot rock coil dramatically situated in the Great Salt Lake.

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  • Abstraction in Reverse by Alexander Alberro
    Abstraction in Reverse (English, Hardback)

    Most of the books about modern art in South America have focused on particular artists or nations. There has been no book-length history of the movement as it evolved across the continent until now. Alexander Alberro has written that book. Profusely illustrated and beautifully written, it explores how artists working in several cities (Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Caracas, São Paulo, and Rio de Janeiro) in the mid-twentieth century altered the nature of modernist art. Its thesis is as radical as the art of the time: in breaking with the core dictums of European and US abstract art, these artists re-imagined the relationship of art to its public, granting the spectator a greater role in the realization of the artwork. In this new conceptualization the artwork was no longer considered a thing made in advance of the context in which it is shown, but rather a dynamic force or event that can only be produced at the site where the art object and the spectator meet. Ahead of its time, this art anticipated Happenings in NYC and Europe in the late 1950s and early 1960s.

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  • Art After Conceptual Art by Alexander Alberro
    Art After Conceptual Art (English, Paperback)

    Well-known art historians from Europe and the Americas discuss the influence of conceptualism on art since the 1970s.

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  • Lygia Pape by Alexander Alberro
    Lygia Pape (English, Hardback) $37.18 $45.00
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  • Working Conditions by Hans Haacke
    Working Conditions (English, Hardback)

    Texts by Hans Haacke that range from straightforward descriptions of his artworks to wide-ranging reflections on the relationship between art and politics.

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  • South as a State of Mind: No. 2 by Quinn Latimer
    South as a State of Mind: No. 2 (English, Paperback) $14.98
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  • Conceptual Art and the Politics of Publicity by Alexander Alberro
    Conceptual Art and the Politics of Publicity (English, Paperback)

    An examination of the origins and legacy of the conceptual art movement.

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  • John Miller by Alexander Alberro
    John Miller (English, Paperback)

    The texts in this collection of John Miller's writing and criticism are divided into four sections: monographs, cultural essays, theory, and artist's statements. Throughout, Miller questions artistic, critical, and curatorial theories and practices from the singular position of an artist-writer. The writings relate to Miller's larger artistic concerns with the discursive context of the art object...

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  • South as a State of Mind by Quinn Latimer
    South as a State of Mind (English, Paperback)

    The documenta 14 volumes of South as a State of Mind are edited by Quinn Latimer and Szymczyk, Director of documenta 14, and redesigned by Mevis & Van Deursen, Amsterdam. South will be a place of research, critique, and literature that will parallel the years of work on the documenta 14 exhibition, as well as help frame its concerns. Writing and publishing will be an integral part of documenta 14,...

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