Conceptual Art

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‘Sculpture is the best way to ask a question’

Allen Ruppersberg, Summer Days, 1971, black and white photographs and three pieces of bond paper with text. Courtesy: the artist and Greene Naftali, New York

As his retrospective opens at the Hammer Museum, a look at the influence Ruppersberg has held over art and pop culture

By Joseph Mosconi

Hiller’s discomfort towards dominant narratives made her look at all sorts of suppressed subjects, from outlaw cowgirls to protest songs

By Barbara Casavecchia

The ‘paraconceptualist’ best known for her explorations of esoteric subjects has passed away

By Frieze News Desk

The limits of multidisciplinarity: from Adrian Piper to the 10th Berlin Biennale

By Pablo Larios

From Teffi to totalitarianism: what to read this weekend

By Paul Clinton
Seth Siegelaub, 1969. Courtesy: MoMA, New York, and Scala, Florence

The artist Matthieu Laurette recalls his friendship with the curator, publisher and collector, Seth Siegelaub

By Matthieu Laurette
Spící město (The Sleeping City), exhibition view, 2011

Dominik Lang’s work is influenced by his intimate relationship to his family home and the legacy of Czech conceptualism

By Noemi Smolik
Susan Hiller, Ten Months, 1977-9, black and white photographs and printed text, 203x518 cm

Cracking the codes of Conceptual art

By Jan Verwoert

How designers are adopting the strategies of Conceptual art

By Ronald Jones