During the 1960s, Conceptual art was a growing trend in postwar art. The political strife of that time, as well as the increasing political attacks on the institution that contributed to it, were reflected in the art world's increasing ambivalence towards its own institutional traditions--that is, the long-standing bourgeois paradigm of art. The Land Art movement, which began in the United States, emerged from this 1960s art world as a response to the heightened political activism of the time and the emerging environmental and women's liberation movements.
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