Conceptual Art

Conceptual Art, prominent from the 1960s onwards, prioritizes ideas and concepts over traditional artistic materials or aesthetic qualities. Artists like Sol LeWitt, Yoko Ono, and Joseph Kosuth explored the use of language, philosophy, and non-traditional mediums to convey artistic intent. Often challenging the conventional boundaries of art, Conceptual Art emphasizes the importance of the concept or idea behind the work, expanding the definition of artistic practice.

  1. Sol LeWitt
  2. Yoko Ono
  3. Joseph Kosuth
  4. Bruce Nauman
  5. Lawrence Weiner
  6. Marcel Duchamp (also associated with Dada)
  7. Jenny Holzer
  8. Robert Barry
  9. On Kawara
  10. John Baldessari
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