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101 Conceptual Art Ideas

  • Au revoir!
    For 8 years this project has run, coming up with 59 stalwart concepts, actions or critiques of contemporary art. However, life has opened other paths to me so I bid you all au revoir!
    - 5 May 20, 11:24am -
  • #59 (WOTD)

    #59 (WOTD)

    Use dictionary.com's "Word of the Day" daily in my Twitter feed; this project was begun on December 15, 2015.Here are some samples:
    - 21 Jul 16, 12:40pm -
  • #58 (Sous Rature)

    #58 (Sous Rature)

    5 erasers equally spaced under Sol Lewitt's "Wall Drawing #65. Lines not short, not straight, crossing and touching, drawn at random using four colors, uniformly dispersed with maximum density, covering the entire surface of the wall" at the Corcoran…
    - 14 Jan 15, 4:48pm -
  • #57


    Discarded Richard Prince hoodie.
    - 10 Sep 14, 12:24pm -
  • #55
    To: John Perreault perreault@aol.com Cher John, Merci beaucoup pour votre soumission pour le spectacle de Readymade@100. Je nomme... que vous volez quelque chose.  Ensuite, le photographier et nous l'envoyer.  Meilleurs voeux, Mark Cameron Boyd 3 j…
    - 3 Jun 14, 10:24pm -
  • #54


    Don Judd's on the move; 495 Beltway, 4/7/14.
    - 8 Apr 14, 2:14pm -
  • #53


    Perspective re-alignment of Ellsworth Kelly, "Red, Yellow, Blue V" (1968)[Hirshhorn Friday Gallery Talk: 12:30pm, Oct. 25, 2013]
    - 19 Sep 13, 5:57am -
  • #52


    Mini-Ruppert #1(John Ruppert)
    - 8 Sep 13, 9:31am -
  • #51


    13 abandoned Anthony Caro sculptures.
    - 15 Aug 13, 12:54pm -
  • #50


    Place fake pigeon [black arrow] among others roosting in parking lot at Greenbelt Mall.
    - 16 Jul 13, 5:20pm -

Abstract art...global conceptualism

  • Taxes on gambling in Australia

    Taxes on gambling in Australia

    Gambling is widespread across the world, and it is often heavily taxed. This naturally adds some bitterness to the sweet joy of winning. Australia, however, is true heaven for players, as they are not obliged to pay any taxes atThe post Taxes on gam…
    - 28 Jul 19, 2:52pm -
  • Top-5 frequent questions about online gambling in Australia

    Top-5 frequent questions about online gambling in Australia

    The annual rates show the incredible number of people involved in gambling. Could you imagine that about 80% of citizens are playing some type of gambling? Due to the common restrictions, people often ask the same questions, which we wouldThe post T…
    - 22 May 19, 6:41pm -
  • Main Gambling Laws in Australia

    Main Gambling Laws in Australia

    For a long time, gambling has been thrilling people across the continents. Undoubtedly, there have been attempts to eliminate it. Although, the truth is that society loves the thrill of such entertainment. Nowadays, there diverse games and possibilit…
    - 16 Mar 19, 3:21pm -
  • History Of Australian Gambling

    History Of Australian Gambling

    Australians are considered to be the most gambling people in the world – on average, about $1,500 is spent per person annually (this is the highest figure among all countries), not counting online casinos (there are a lot of playersThe post Histor…
    - 12 Jan 19, 6:12am -
  • Gambling predictions in Australia

    Gambling predictions in Australia

    The world of sports betting is irresistibly exciting. What could compare to the delight of betting on your favorite team’s success and winning? Millions of sports fans in Australia and around the globe would agree. However, what should you baseThe…
    - 19 Nov 18, 12:12pm -

Beautiful Seizures

  • The Past Is in the Static

    The Past Is in the Static

    “Maybe it'll be like this when it comes,” he finds himself saying to nobody, not knowing what he means. Shell shockTom McCarthy's C is not the first modern novel, nor will it be the last, which features a protagonist walking more dazed than confu…
    - 4 May 14, 11:45am -
  • One of these days, these days will end

    One of these days, these days will end

    “Because this world is 66% Then and 33% Now,” writes poet David Berman in his poem Cassette County. The poem starts in praise of “the interval called the hangover,” and on the way there's mostly trouble. What it portrays is a complete dominat…
    - 18 Apr 14, 4:03pm -
  • Ozymandias vs Ouroboros

    Ozymandias vs Ouroboros

    On a trip through Australia, Dutch author Cees Nooteboom once wondered about the relation of men to the land. His mind kept wandering back through time, an eraser rubbing the veneer of civilization away, or as he himself put it: “those who want to…
    - 4 Apr 14, 12:42pm -
  • Generation W/E

    Generation W/E

    A week ago, in an Anobium article, I referred to the 'whatever' gesture, which for some people, including Thomas de Zengotita, is the ultimate shibboleth of the Culture of the Shrug, of the modern generation. Zengotita pointed out that “haunting th…
    - 22 Mar 14, 9:29am -
  • Ode to the Gentle No

    Ode to the Gentle No

    A gentle mix of harpsichord, strings and guitar, and the soaring voice of a young girl. “You and I travel to the beat of a different drum,” she laments. This is how young Linda Ronstadt presented herself to the world, and you could argue she neve…
    - 2 Mar 14, 4:33pm -
  • What We Talk About When We Talk About Airports

    What We Talk About When We Talk About Airports

    - Robert MontgomerySometimes, when I need to head back home from Amsterdam to Leiden at night, I opt for the connection that has me wait over at Schiphol airport (which is en route) instead of at the Amsterdam train station. I get out of the train th…
    - 19 Feb 14, 7:51am -
  • Hypnagogues


    The instance before you fall asleep. Have you ever considered this? The instance before you fall asleep? Perhaps, you are one of those lucky dullards who sink into oblivion the moment your left ear touches base, or maybe you sleep on your back, supin…
    - 1 Feb 14, 7:35am -
  • The True and Lasting Power of a Name

    The True and Lasting Power of a Name

    Alek James Hidell, Francis Gary Powers, James Earl Ray, O.H. Lee, William Bobo, John F. Kennedy, Mark David Chapman, Martin Luther King, John Wilkes Boothe, D.F. Drittal. Lee Harvey Oswald. There is something in a name, sometimes. There is some omino…
    - 3 Jan 14, 12:59pm -
  • I Can See a Better Time
    You're a bum, you're a punkYou're an old slut on junkLying there almost dead on a drip in that bedYou scumbag, you maggotYou cheap, lousy faggotHappy christmas your arseI pray god it's our last. If you are subjected to a fair dose of radio during the…
    - 21 Dec 13, 9:12am -
  • Regarding an Unnamable Non-Manifesto

    Regarding an Unnamable Non-Manifesto

    On the 5th of February, 1909, in a local newspaper in the Italian city of Bologna, the Italian poet Filippo Tommasso Marinetti published a Manifesto that would herald everything that was about to come in the century ahead, both good and bad. It was,…
    - 19 Dec 13, 5:07pm -

God Save Dadaism

  • Fernando Vicente

    Fernando Vicente

    Fernando Vicente is an illustrator. His background remains to Madrid. He started this business in an environment full of change. During the 80s in Spain everything turned different or new. With the death of Francisco Franco and the birth of the democ…
    - 23 Sep 13, 10:16am -
  • Gustav Vigeland

    Gustav Vigeland

    Gustav Vigeland is one of the most influential Norwergian sculptors. Most of his artwork has been developed in Oslo and the only place you can find out the essence of his art is in the Vigeland Museum, Oslo. Vigeland, after receiving instructions fro…
    - 19 Aug 13, 10:27am -
  • Nick Veasey

    Nick Veasey

    Lobster phone"We live in a world obsessed with image. What we look like, what our clothes look like, houses, cars… I like to counter this obsession with superficial appearance by using x-rays to strip back the layers and show what it is like under…
    - 14 Aug 13, 7:06am -
  • Edvard Munch

    Edvard Munch

    I have been in the exhibition "The Modern Eye" at Tate Modern about the Norwegian artist. I found it very interesting and full of meaning and exploration about the self knowledge, the experimentation of movement, the idealisation of the landscape and…
    - 4 Dec 12, 7:25pm -
  • Lulé Collage

    Lulé Collage

    I have had the pleasure to see how one of my best friends has become a fashion designer but also how she is been developing her own style, which is in my opinion one of the hardest things. But here we are in front of a talented Fabiola Caicoya and he…
    - 2 Dec 12, 2:34am -
  • The First of the Last

    The First of the Last

    These garments are a demonstration of the experimentation of silhouettes and shapes for menswear that I am doing in this last year at Istituto Marangoni as a Fashion Design student. I played with the sleeves and shoulder lines in the coats and with t…
    - 30 Nov 12, 4:52pm -
  • Dogmas de casa
    Sigo pensando que el verdadero blog está en tu corteza cerebral.Sigo pensando que el verdadero blogger existía mucho antes que las superficies y cavernas.Sigo creyendo en las posibilidades del ser humano.Sigo queriendo creer que hay algo mas que to…
    - 17 Nov 12, 10:48am -
  • Heinz Maier

    Heinz Maier

    Heinz Maier. Photographer based in Germany. His pictures are about water drops, dyed water drops. I am delighted to say that his macro photography is very inspiring, not only for the colors but also for the forms created. I am quite interested in kn…
    - 16 Jun 12, 9:31pm -
  • Claudio Parentela

    Claudio Parentela

    Claudio Parentela is an Italian artist from Catanzaro, a city from Calabria well known by the quality of velvet and the skills in silk and brocade since the Byzantine Empire. Claudio has a several background in artworks mostly related with magazines…
    - 7 Jun 12, 8:10pm -
  • Angelo Musco

    Angelo Musco

    http://www.angelomusco.com/home/This human artwork inspires me a lot. It seems we are travelling around the Underworld, in which you can only find the souls, and they are naked because they are pure, they do not have nothing to hide or to feel ashame…
    - 24 May 12, 9:01am -

i like this art

  • Miles Greenberg

    Miles Greenberg

    Miles Greenberg Work from LATE OCTOBER (performers and collaborators listed in the link). “The Black body as infrastructure for the divine, the Black body as a vessel, the Black body as a generative and re-generative terrain, in Permanent Readiness…
    - 42 days ago, 20 Oct 20, 10:15am -
  • Arthur Ou

    Arthur Ou

    Arthur Ou Work from A Day of Times. “When we think about the future of the world, we always have in mind its being at the place where it would be if it continued to move as we see it moving now. We do not realize that it moves not in a straight lin…
    - 42 days ago, 19 Oct 20, 3:25pm -
  • Grant Gill

    Grant Gill

    Grant Gill Work from Primary Magic. “To be gay, at least during the time and place I came into my own identities, meant a varying level of removal from the heterosexual man. I have observed that the cause of this is for two reasons. The first, I mu…
    - 63 days ago, 28 Sep 20, 3:27pm -
  • Quayola


    Quayola Work from Sculpture Factory. “Sculpture Factory, the work by Quayola […] extends the reach of these new spaces onto the factory floor. The artist displays the construction of one of his unfinished sculptures as a performative sculpture in…
    - 69 days ago, 22 Sep 20, 4:55pm -
  • Jinwoo Hwon Lee

    Jinwoo Hwon Lee

    Jinwoo Hwon Lee Work from Tell Them I said Hello. “I was 19, when I came back by myself to the United States since being a toddler. I did not speak what everyone spoke. I knew no one. People in the small town noticed me by my color. Koreans born an…
    - 71 days ago, 21 Sep 20, 10:27am -
  • Billie Zangewa

    Billie Zangewa

    Billie Zangewa Work from her oeuvre. “Billie Zangewa’s background is as an engaged artist. A golden-fingered embroiderer, she has gradually garnered recognition on the African and international art scene. Her autobiographical works skilfully comb…
    - 73 days ago, 19 Sep 20, 8:30am -
  • Jesse Ly

    Jesse Ly

    Jesse Ly Work from Image Interference @ BasketShop. “Through the process of both creation and experience of discursive depictions, Image Interference balances both the appearance of indexical truth and anecdotal nature of photographic imagery. With…
    - 74 days ago, 18 Sep 20, 9:33am -
  • Widline Cadet

    Widline Cadet

    Widline Cadet Work from her oeuvre. “Widline Cadet (b. 1992 in Pétion-Ville, Haiti; currently lives and works in New York) is a Haitian-born artist. Her practice draws from personal history and examines race, memory, erasure, migration, and Haitia…
    - 77 days ago, 14 Sep 20, 11:08pm -
  • Karolina Wojtas

    Karolina Wojtas

    Karolina Wojtas Work from The Extremely Rich Fauna of the Local Area. “…No sense in assuming an academic tone, we’re in the woods, after all. Peculiarities abound. Here the hedgehogs can be coniferous or deciduous, occasionally mixed. Vegetaria…
    - 80 days ago, 11 Sep 20, 3:43pm -
  • THE FACULTY OF SENSING – Thinking With, Through, and by Anton Wilhelm Amo

    THE FACULTY OF SENSING – Thinking With, Through, and by Anton Wilhelm Amo

    THE FACULTY OF SENSING – Thinking With, Through, and by Anton Wilhelm Amo at Kunstverein Braunschweig. “With THE FACULTY OF SENSING – Thinking With, Through, and by Anton Wilhelm Amo, Kunstverein Braunschweig has worked in close cooperation wit…
    - 81 days ago, 10 Sep 20, 6:34pm -

The Guardian: Installation

  • Aldo Tambellini obituary
    Avant-garde film and video artist obsessed with the colour blackThe artist Aldo Tambellini, who has died aged 90, was obsessed with the colour black. “Black to me is like a beginning,” he said in 1967. “Black gets rid of the historical definiti…
    - 2 days ago, 29 Nov 20, 10:53am -
  • Apocalyptic goo and Detroit in beats: Jarman award 2020 is shared
    Whitechapel Gallery, LondonJenn Nkiru’s standout film of Detroit’s techno history evokes the rhythm of fractured black lives in a show with no winner but plenty to mull overA tsunami of black, computer-generated goo rushes along ancient streets,…
    - 6 days ago, 24 Nov 20, 12:30pm -
  • Destiny Deacon on humour in art, racism, 'Koori kitsch' and why dolls are better than people
    Three decades of the photographer’s work is now showing at the National Gallery of Victoria, but she still gets people saying it’s ‘not art’“Everyone thinks that God’s a white man, but actually it’s a black woman,” says Destiny Deacon…
    - 8 days ago, 23 Nov 20, 11:30am -
  • When Tracey was Traci: Emin's unseen early paintings published for the first time
    Her daring unmade bed won her notoriety – and star status among the Young British Artists. But a hoard of formative work reveals a very different talentBefore Tracey Emin, there was Traci Emin. That was how the young woman who would go on to be a s…
    - 8 days ago, 23 Nov 20, 10:53am -
  • On my radar: Jay Bernard's cultural highlights
    The poet on logic puzzles, sweetcorn ribs and listening to Idles on repeatSteve McQueen answers questions from celebrity admirersJay Bernard (who uses the non-binary “they”) is a British artist, writer and poet born in Croydon, London in 1988. Th…
    - 16 days ago, 15 Nov 20, 3:30am -
  • Aldo Tambellini, experimental artist obsessed with black, dies aged 90
    ‘Titan’ of the 1960s New York scene, who developed his obsession during the war, received mainstream acclaim in his final yearsAldo Tambellini, the pioneering artist and film-maker who had an obsession with the colour black, has died aged 90. He…
    - 18 days ago, 13 Nov 20, 7:06am -
  • Union jack swastikas and space-age braids: Thirteen Ways of Looking – review
    Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, Coventry From an AI interaction with a deceased black artist to a Punjabi granny making a sandwich, this show explores identity through the generationsKeith Piper’s THIRTEEN DEAD remains relatively unknown. Yet the 1…
    - 34 days ago, 28 Oct 20, 11:03am -
  • Sarah Sze's cosmic constellation: 'It could be dashed away in a moment'
    The American sculptor’s work is so celebrated that France opened its borders to her mid-pandemic. Yet her largest ambition is to show the fragility of Earth itselfOne click and the image on my laptop judders. When it reasserts itself, I’m looking…
    - 36 days ago, 26 Oct 20, 2:00am -
  • Kai Althoff Goes With Bernard Leach; Nalini Malani: Can You Hear Me? – reviews
    Whitechapel Gallery, LondonThe provocative German painter plumps for quantity over clarity, while a son-et-lumière by Indian artist Nalini Malani is simply stunningKai Althoff has been the enfant terrible of German painting for almost quarter of a c…
    - 44 days ago, 18 Oct 20, 4:00am -
  • Shocking news from the 70s and a chilling message from the far north – the week in art
    Gilbert & George’s images of a divided Britain reveal an enduring immediacy, while the British Museum takes an immersive tour of the Arctic – all in your weekly dispatchArctic: Culture and ClimateHuman beings have interacted with the Arctic ice f…
    - 46 days ago, 16 Oct 20, 9:19am -
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