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In 1955, the conceptual artist Marino Auriti filed a design with the US Patent office depicting his Palazzo Enciclopedico, or 'Encyclopedic Palace' (Fig.
He argued much less public money should be spend indulging the work of conceptual artists and more in the community.
Scotsman Martin Creed - who calls himself a conceptual artist and whose previous works have apparently included a piece of screwed-up masking tape stuck to a wall - bagged the pounds 20,000 prize for his piece Work 227: The Lights Going On And Off.
Ortiz solved the problem: He painted the portraits of cook Oscar Ordonez and dishwasher Raymundo Enriquez, but he also commissioned portraits of CalArts teachers and leading conceptual artists John Baldessari and Michael Asher from a Tijuana street painter.
For conceptual artists, he was a Milton Berle among theorists and as physically menacing as a freak show or sideshow among philosophers.
He then deals in more detail with the contributions by Stephane Mallarme, Marinetti and the Futurist movement, the Fluxus books of the '60s and the more recent minimalist and conceptual artists.
Conceptual artists are mystics rather than rationalists.
In many ways the conceptual artists on this year's Turner prize shortlist are like the tailors that created the Emperor's new clothes in the famous fairy tale.
Early Conceptual artists used photocopiers to quickly distribute and promote their work, but this ultimately isn't Springfield's interest, either.
After consulting advisors ranging from environmental specialists to conceptual artists, the collective--then working under the name m777--created inundacion
Half a century later, Conceptual artists adapted cut-and-paste techniques to the deconstruction of authorship and authenticity.
Murphy, the company's European president, asserting that his company experimented with "new methods and materials" in a way fully comparable to the Conceptual artists in the exhibition.

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