Eliminating The Aesthetic: The Validity of Conceptual Art
In the late 1960s, several artists involved in the development of Conceptual Art (notably the Americans Joseph Kosuth and Sol LeWitt, and the Anglo/American group Art & Language) put forward a substantial challenge to the conventional belief that aesthetic judgments are valid within art. Although this way of thinking was not entirely new, the late sixties marked a time when artists themselves began to argue for a separation between aesthetics and art..
I believe that such Conceptual Artists portray immense skill in presenting and communicating powerful messages. In contrast to this Per…
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