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  1. Conceptual Art

  2. John Baldessari. I Will Not Make Any More Boring Art. 1971 MoMA Learning Conceptual Art Theme

  3. Language and Art MoMA Learning Conceptual Art Theme

  4. Joseph Kosuth. One and Three Chairs. 1965. MoMA Learning Conceptual Art Theme

  5. John Baldessari. I Will Not Make Any More Boring Art. 1971 MoMA Learning Conceptual Art Theme

  6. Let’s compare each artist’s approach to making art. Joseph Kosuth. One and Three Chairs. 1965. John Baldessari. I Will Not Make Any More Boring Art. 1971 MoMA What is Modern Art?

  7. “I think the wonderful irony about this piece is that it's text. But in fact it is a painting, because it's done with paint on canvas. So I'm really being very slyly ironic here in saying, ‘Well, this is what painting is.’” – John Baldessari John Baldessari. What Is Painting. 1966–68. MoMA Learning Conceptual Art Theme

  8. Richard Serra. To Lift. 1967. MoMA Learning Conceptual Art Theme

  9. Sol LeWitt and Instruction-based Art MoMA Learning Conceptual Art Theme

  10. “The idea becomes a machine that makes the art.” – Sol LeWitt Sol LeWitt. Untitled fromSquares with a Different Line Direction in Each Half Square. 1971. MoMA Learning Conceptual Art Theme

  11. Sol LeWitt. Untitled fromSquares with a Different Line Direction in Each Half Square. 1971. MoMA Learning Conceptual Art Theme

  12. Outside the Museum MoMA Learning Conceptual Art Theme

  13. What are some of the locations where you typically encounter works of art? • What are the unexpected places where you have seen art? • How do your reactions to works of art differ in relation to where you encounter them? • Do you agree or disagree with Buren’s belief that context or location affects the interpretation of a work of art. Why or why not? Daniel Buren. D’une impression l’autre. 1983 MoMA Learning Conceptual Art Theme

  14. Daniel Buren, Untitled (Wide White Space Gallery Announcements), 1969-1974. MoMA Learning Conceptual Art Theme

  15. “Why hang things on the wall when the wall itself is so much more a challenging medium? A simple cut or series of cuts acts as a powerful drawing device able to redefine spatial situations and structural components.” – Gordon Matta-Clark Gordon Matta-Clark. Bingo. 1974 MoMA Learning Conceptual Art Theme

  16. Let’s compare each artist’s approach to making art. Joseph Kosuth. One and Three Chairs. 1965. Gordon Matta-Clark. Bingo. 1974 MoMA What is Modern Art?

  17. Performance into Art MoMA Learning Conceptual Art Theme

  18. Marina Abramović. Marina Abramović: The Artist Is Present. 2010 MoMA Learning Conceptual Art Theme

  19. “I think a person who moves into an apartment and puts curtains on the window is also being an artist at that point, you know? There’s something that exists, and you’re trying to see what it would be like if it was another way.” – Vito Acconci MoMA Learning Conceptual Art Theme

  20. Carolee Schneemann. Up to and Including Her Limits. 1973–76. MoMA Learning Conceptual Art Theme