Posts Tagged ‘ conceptual art ’

dirt chronicles: part 6

March 10, 2011

richard long‘s work revolutionized the sculpture world in the 60s and 70s with one single radical idea- taking long walks in nature. rearranging stones, walking repeatedly over his paths, and trampling down grass, long exchanges with his surroundings in a poetically minimal way. utilizing lines and circles, he subtly integrates symbols of his presence...
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stripey

September 1, 2010

stripes. flag banners. rainbows. massive public installation. i’ve been obsessing over all of these things lately, so daniel buren’s work is really resonating right now.
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ON time, etc.

June 3, 2010

wednesday, 2. june 2010 visited the haus der kunst on this rainy day in munich. great exhibit of the daled’s collection of conceptual art, or at least the (mostly paper) evidence of it. on kawara‘s postcards and date paintings are an intriguing and visually sound example of the exploration of time, personal experience, travel,...
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