conceptual art

In his debut, solo exhibition, Garage Sale: Ain’t Sh!t Gucci, Harlem-based Conceptual Artist, Sean “Belchez” Cort offers his perspective on the positioning of black and brown bodies as commodities,…

Celebrated for his stylish sculptures of decaying technological devices and crumbling cultural artifacts, Daniel Arsham makes art that looks…

The so-called father of conceptual art, Marcel Duchamp’s influence on modern and contemporary art…

The artworld enters 2020 with a little less humor. John Baldessari, often called the father of conceptual art, died on January 2 at the age of 88.
Conceptual artist Allen Ruppersberg (b. 1944, Cleveland) moved to Los Angeles in the mid-1960s with the goal of becoming an illustrator, but soon became active in an emerging scene led by artists…

Taking a contemporary perspective, the Whitney is looking back through their collection, reviewing how programming has evolved in modern and contemporary art. Programmed: Rules,…

A pioneer of institutional critique, artist Hans Haacke creates conceptual works that expose connections among money, art, and politics. Haacke recounts the realizations that inspired him to…
Bay Area Conceptual artist Paul Kos finds inspiration by visiting the nearby Sierra Nevada mountains. Being immersed in nature not only sparks his creative process, but also frees him from the…