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  1. CONCEPTUAL ART photography

  2. DEFINITIONS & EXAMPLES • The inception of the term in the 1960s referred to a strict and focused practice of idea-based art that often defied traditional visual criteria associated with the visual arts in its presentation as text. • Conceptual art or Conceptual Art - Art that is intended to convey an idea or a concept to the perceiver, rejecting the creation or appreciation of a traditional art object such as a painting or a sculpture as a precious commodity.

  3. HISTORICAL OVERVIEW • The French artist Marcel Duchamp paved the way for the conceptualists, providing them with examples of prototypically conceptual works -- the readymades, for instance. The most famous of Duchamp's readymades was Fountain (1917), a standard urinal basin signed by the artist with the pseudonym "R.Mutt", and submitted for inclusion in the annual, un-juried exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists in New York--it was rejected.[5] I

  4. DUCHAMP MarcelThe Fountain, L’urinoir1917

  5. Conceptual art emerged as a movement during the 1960s. Conceptual art also reacted against the commodification of art; it attempted a subversion of the gallery or museum as the location and determiner of art, and the art market as the owner and distributor of art The first wave of the "conceptual art" movement extended from approximately 1967 to 1978.

  6. BELLOCQ Ernest JamesStoryville Portrait, 1912

  7. DRTIKOL FrantisekThe Soul, 1930

  8. MAN RAYTears, 1930

  9. EDGERTON, Harold E.Milk Drop Coronet, 1957

  10. TOMATSU, ShomeiRuinous Garden, 1964

  11. HEINEKEN, RobertCostume for Feb’68, 1968

  12. BERMAN WallaceUntitled (A1-Cross), 1970

  13. VAN ELK, GerThe discovery of the Sardines, 1971

  14. GRESTER, GeorgLabbézanga, Mali, 1972

  15. BALDESSARI JohnThrowing Four Balls in the Air to get a Square (Best of Thirty-Six Tries), 1974

  16. FURUYA, SeichiIzu (Japan), 1978

  17. MICHALS, DuaneI Build a Pyramid, 1978

  18. GROOVER, JanTybee Forks and Starts (K), 1978

  19. LELE, OukaLemons, 1979

  20. BECHER Bernd & HillaIndustrial Facades #23, 1980

  21. DATER JudyMs. Cling-Free, 1982

  22. CALLE SophieThe Hotel, Room 44, 1983

  23. BOONSTRA RommertUntitled, 1984

  24. SIMMONS, LauriePink Stonehenge, 1984

  25. DEN HOLLANDER PaulUntitled, 1984

  26. KLEIN, AstridNight Matter I, 1985

  27. VILARINO, ManuelSula Bassana, 1985

  28. GRAHAM, PaulFranco’s Head on Coins, Vigo, Spain, 1988

  29. LEVINTHAL, DavidUntitled, 1988

  30. ARNATT, KeithObject from a Rubbish Tip, 1989

  31. SKOGLUND, SandyFox Games, 1989

  32. KAILA, JanUntitled, 1991

  33. BLUME Anna & BernhardTranscendental Constructivism, 1993

  34. FLORSCHUETZ, ThomasTriptych #77, 1993

  35. HAMMERSTIEL, Robert F.make it up, 1994

  36. KRIMS, LesStilted, 1996

  37. The end THE PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK Phaidon Press Limited 1997