DIALOGO Education
PUBLIC TOUR
GLOBAL CONCEPTUALISM: POINTS OF ORIGIN, 1950s-1980s


SUNDAY,
FEBRUARY 27, 2000,
2 PM

FREE WITH GALLERY ADMISSION

MEET IN THE LOBBY



While conceptual art is most often associated with American and British artistic production of the 1960s and early 1970s, Global Conceptualism: Points of Origin, 1950s-1980s challenges the widely accepted perception that conceptualism was a single movement that spread internationally. The emergence of conceptual art, in which the idea rather than the object is primary, coincided with social, political, and economic revolution throughout the world. The exhibition features more than 200 works by some 130 artists representing 10 countries or regions, and includes photography, film, video, printed material, books, sculpture, and painting.

Join a Walker tour guide for a public tour of the exhibition.