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Dimanche

Dimanche, also known as Dimanche - Le Journal dun Seul Jour is an artists book by the French artist Yves Klein. Taking the form of a 4-page Sunday broadsheet, the piece was published on Sunday 27 November 1960 and sold on newsstands throughout Pa ...

DOT (artist)

DOT is the pseudonym for an anonymous Norwegian visual, public and conceptual artist. His work has been displayed in galleries around the world, and in cities such as Oslo, Copenhagen, Berlin, Paris, Malaga, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Tok ...

Elgaland-Vargaland

Elgaland-Vargaland is a conceptual art project and micronation conceived and developed by Swedish artists Carl Michael von Hausswolff and Leif Elggren in 1992. It is also known by its acronym "KREV".

Erased de Kooning Drawing

Erased de Kooning Drawing is an early work of US artist Robert Rauschenberg: an almost blank piece of paper in a simple gilded frame. The work was created in 1953 by Rauschenberg erasing a drawing he obtained from the American artist Willem de Ko ...

Euthanasia Coaster

The Euthanasia Coaster is a hypothetical steel roller coaster designed to kill its passengers. In 2010, it was designed and made into a scale model by Lithuanian artist Julijonas Urbonas, a PhD candidate at the Royal College of Art in London. Urb ...

Experimental travel

Experimental tourism is a novel approach to tourism in which visitors do not visit the ordinary tourist attractions, but allow whim to guide them. It is an alternative form of tourism in which destinations are chosen not on their standard tourist ...

Experiments in Art and Technology

Experiments in Art and Technology was a non-profit and tax-exempt organization established to develop collaborations between artists and engineers. The group operated by facilitating person-to-person contacts between artists and engineers, rather ...

Fluxus

Fluxus was an international, interdisciplinary community of artists, composers, designers and poets during the 1960s and 1970s who engaged in experimental art performances which emphasized the artistic process over the finished product. Fluxus is ...

Fluxus 1

Fluxus 1 is an artists book edited and produced by the Lithuanian-American artist George Maciunas, containing works by a series of artists associated with Fluxus, the international collective of avant-garde artists primarily active in the 1960s a ...

The Flying Grass Carpet

The Flying Grass Carpet is a huge rug entirely made of artificial grass. It travels around the world, as a temporary landscape. Its intended as space to play on and enjoy, but can also be used for picnics, open-air festivals and sports. The Flyin ...

Fountain Archive

The Fountain Archive is a processual art project of the French conceptual artist Saadane Afif which started in 2008/ 2009. The project includes an ongoing series of framed pages which contain one or several reproductions of the work Fountain by M ...

Franklin Street Works

Franklin Street Works is a contemporary art exhibition space and cafe located in Stamford, Connecticut. They sponsor 3 to 4 themed exhibitions a year. According to Malerie Yolen-Cohen of HuffPost, Franklin Street Works offers the "potential for a ...

Free Basket

Free Basket is a public artwork by the Cuban artist group Los Carpinteros, located in the 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art and Nature Park, in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The artwork is in the form of an international basketball ...

Funky Bones

Funky Bones is a public artwork by Atelier Van Lieshout, a Dutch artist collective led by Joep van Lieshout, located in the 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art and Nature Park, which is on the grounds of Newfields in Indianapolis, Indiana, U ...

Generali Foundation

The Generali Foundation was established in 1988 by the Generali Group Austria as a private and non-profit-making art association for the promotion of contemporary art. Situated in Vienna, Austria, it is one of the important museums specialised in ...

Globus Cassus

Globus Cassus is an art project and book by Swiss architect and artist Christian Waldvogel presenting a conceptual transformation of Planet Earth into a much bigger, hollow, artificial world with an ecosphere on its inner surface. It was the Swis ...

Grapefruit (book)

Grapefruit is an artists book written by Yoko Ono, originally published in 1964. It has become famous as an early example of conceptual art, containing a series of "event scores" that replace the physical work of art – the traditional stock-in-tr ...

Half-A-Room

The work is made from various objects that have been cut in half and painted white. It was made with the help of Onos second husband, Anthony Cox, and some local art students. The piece was first displayed at Onos "Half-a-Wind" exhibition also ca ...

HHole

HHole for Mannheim was a permanent multimedia installation in the "Athene-Trakt" of the Kunsthalle Mannheim created by NatHalie Braun Barends. The Kunsthalle is As of 2015 under reconstruction; the installation was removed. Following a legal disp ...

Hornsleth Village Project

The Hornsleth Village Project was a controversial conceptual art project by Danish artist Kristian von Hornsleth in which he went to the Ugandan village of Buteyongera and paid impoverished villagers to legally change their names to "Hornsleth". ...

Hyperart Thomasson

Thomasson or Hyperart Thomasson is a type of conceptual art named by the Japanese artist Akasegawa Genpei in the 1980s. It refers to a useless relic or structure that has been preserved as part of a building or the built environment, which has be ...

I am a Curator

I am a Curator was a process-based exhibition project by artist Per Huttner that took place at Chisenhale Gallery, London, UK, 5 November – 14 December 2003. During the period individual or groups of people with no experience of exhibition making ...

I'm too sad to tell you

Im too sad to tell you is a mixed media artwork by conceptual artist Bas Jan Ader. The work includes a three-minute black-and-white silent film, still photographs and a post card all related to him crying for an unknown reason. The photographs in ...

Indianapolis Island

Indianapolis Island is a public artwork by American artist Andrea Zittel, located in the 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art and Nature Park, in Indianapolis, Indiana. The artwork consists of an inhabitable, white fiberglass structure that i ...

Intermedia

Intermedia was a term used in the mid-1960s by Fluxus artist Dick Higgins to describe various inter-disciplinary art activities that occurred between genres in the 1960s.

(In)Visible Dialogues

visible Dialogues was an art project realized at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm in 2011. It was initiated by artist Per Huttner and biochemist Elias Arner. The project was transgressing the boundaries of exhibition, publication and l ...

The Invisible Generation

The Invisible Generation was a contemporary art project conceived by artist Per Huttner and Curator Daniele Balit and organized by Vision Forum and created new meeting places between art and its audiences. A great number of projects were realized ...

Kinderstern

Kinderstern / Star for Children, is an artwork the German artist Imi Knoebel has created since 1988. The artwork is entirely donated to projects for children in need. The Star for Children has so far collected donations of four million Euros and ...

Linee

Linee is an artists book by the Italian artist Piero Manzoni, created in 1959. Each work consists of a cardboard tube, a scroll of paper with a black line drawn down it, and a simple printed and autographed label. This label contains a brief desc ...

Literaturwurst

Literaturwurst is an Artists book, made by the Swiss-German artist Dieter Roth between 1961 and 1974. Each book was made using traditional sausage recipes, but replacing the sausage meat with a book or magazine. The cover of the edition was then ...

Marinko Sudac Collection

The Marinko Sudac Collection, based in Zagreb, Croatia, has been created with a clear collecting strategy based on the region of Central and Eastern Europe, additionally spanning from the Baltic area to the Black Sea. The guiding principle of the ...

Memorial for the Victims of Nazi Military Justice

The Memorial for the Victims of Nazi Military Justice was inaugurated on 24 October 2014. It is located at the Ballhausplatz in the centre of Vienna, opposite the Presidents office and the Austrian Chancellory. The monument was created by German ...

Monte Carto Bonds

The Monte Carlo Bonds were a 1924 Marcel Duchamp work in the form of legal documents, created as bonds, originally intended to be produced in editions of 30. The creation of the work came out of Duchamps repeated experiments at the Monte Carlo Ca ...

Moon Museum

Moon Museum is a small ceramic wafer three-quarters by one-half inch in size, containing artworks by six prominent artists from the late 1960s. The artists with works in the "museum" are Robert Rauschenberg, David Novros, John Chamberlain, Claes ...

Moscow Conceptualists

The Moscow Conceptualist, or Russian Conceptualist, movement began with the Sots art of Komar and Melamid in the early 1970s, and continued as a trend in Russian art into the 1980s. It attempted to subvert socialist ideology using the strategies ...

Music without sound

Music without sound can refer to music that falls outside the range of human hearing or to compositions, such as visual music, that are analogous to or suggestive of conventional music but in media other than sound, such as color, shape, position ...

No Show Museum

The No Show Museum is an art museum, established in Zurich, Switzerland in 2015, devoted to nothing and its various manifestations throughout the history of art. It claims to be the first of its kind. Founded by Swiss conceptual artist and curato ...

The Nomadic Project

The Nomadic Project is a conceptual art project, designed by visual artist, Kristin Abraham and musician, Alfonso Llamas. From November 13, 2005 to December 21, 2006 the artists traveled to all 50 states in the United States, the goal being to co ...

NSCAD conceptual art

NSCAD conceptual art refers to a period beginning in 1969 when Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, a post-secondary art school in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada became an important art centre with an international reputation.

An Oak Tree

An Oak Tree is a conceptual work of art created by Michael Craig-Martin in 1973. The piece, described as being an oak tree, is installed in two units – a pristine installation of a glass of water on a glass shelf on metal brackets 253 centimetres ...

One and Three Chairs

One and Three Chairs, 1965, is a work by Joseph Kosuth. An example of conceptual art, the piece consists of a chair, a photograph of the chair, and an enlarged dictionary definition of the word "chair". The photograph depicts the chair as it is a ...

Pandemonia

Pandemonia is a character and persona created as conceptual art by an anonymous London-based artist that has appeared in the art and fashion world since 2009. Clad in a latex full-head mask with stylized hair and latex dresses, Pandemonia is seve ...

Park of Laments

Park of Laments is a public artwork by Chilean artist Alfredo Jaar, located in the 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art and Nature Park, in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The artwork consists of an enclosed park space in the form of a ...

Pharadise

PHaradise was a permanent light installation conceived by NatHalie Braun Barends at the Kunsthalle Mannheim, which was inaugurated on 9 March 2007, located at the dome and the adjacent roof tops of the Hermann Billing Bau at Kunsthalle Mannheim. ...

Philosophy and Conceptual Art

Philosophy and Conceptual Art is a 2007 book edited by Elisabeth Schellekens and Peter Goldie. The contributors deal with the philosophical questions raised by conceptual art.

Pinacotheca, Melbourne

Pinacotheca was a gallery in Melbourne, Australia. Established in 1967 by Bruce Pollard, it was ideologically committed to the avant-garde and represented a new generation of artists interested in post-object, conceptual and other non-traditional ...

Prototype 180

prototype 180 is an artwork by American conceptual artist Mary Ellen Carroll who lives and works in New York City and Houston. prototype 180 is "the centerpiece of Carrolls Innovation Territories, an initiative co-sponsored by the Rice University ...

Public Smog

Public Smog is an "atmospheric park" created by San Francisco-based artist Amy Balkin and her supporters through the use of financial, political, and legal methods. The goal of Public Smog is to "highlight the complexities and contradictions of c ...

The Real Estate Show

The Real Estate Show was a squatted exhibition by New York artists group Colab, on the subject of landlord speculation in real estate held on New Years Day in a vacant city-owned building at 123 Delancey Street in the Lower East Side of Manhattan ...

S.M.S. portfolios

S.M.is a collection of artists portfolios that are conceived by William Copley and Dimitri Petrov as they speak about the long relationships with the artists. The collection has been published biweekly from February to December 1968. Each issue i ...