Simon Critchley

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Throughout the 1990s, the rise of neo-conceptual art coincided with an increasing engagement with theory as a generator of ideas.

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The panel 'Scenes from a Marriage: Have art and theory drifted apart?' at Frieze Talks 2009. Photograph: Frieze/Polly Braden

 Have art and theory drifted apart?

Simon Critchley (Granta, London, 2008)