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2010-05-24-exhibition-budejovice-weiner-web

Lawrence Weiner (b. 1942) was famously one of three New York artists who dared to formulate a new kind of art in the late 1960s. The work produced by Weiner, Robert Barry, and Sol LeWitt at this time laid the foundations for today’s conceptual art. Over the course of the 1960s, Weiner explored several kinds of new articulation using image, object, and performance, finally deciding in 1968 to reduce his art to textual formulations. For his exhibition in České Budějovice, Weiner produced an original text-based installation with the English original displayed alongside its Czech translation – proof of the immense value he places on communicating with his viewers and of the extent to which he regards them as real partners in art.

one comment for “LAWRENCE WEINER: TAKEN FROM THE WIND AND BOLTED TO THE GROUND”

  1. honzik says on 24. May. 2010:

    !!!

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