Conceptual Art and the Politics of Publicity by Alexander Alberro

CONCEPTUAL ART
Publisher
MIT Press
Cambridge and Massachusetts 2003
Edition
First Edition
Image ID 02063
Alberro's central argument is that the conceptual art movement was founded not just by the artists, but also by the dealer Seth Sieglaub. The author examines Sieglaub's role in launching the careers of artists who were making "something from nothing" and his business practices. Alberro draws on close readings of artworks produced by key conceptual artists in the mid to late 1960s. 236pp, includes many b/w illus plus detailed bibliography and detailed index. Vg, in black linen covers with original dust wrapper.
£40.00
Binding type
Hardcover
Sewn and Glued
24x18cms
Book condition
Very Good
Stock number
11557
 
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