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Neo-conceptual art - the concept
Neo-Conceptual Art, which originated in the 1980s, especially the 90s, is the successor to Conceptual Art in the 60s and 70s. This art form is about painting new ideas and concepts, without any directions for grace. In conceptual art, the artist's creative role does not play much. It is secondary. In this art form, the artists work exclusively on their ideas and visualizations about a particular project.
Neo-conceptual art has some of the worst controversial cases. Several works of art of the genre were considered illegal because of the process involved in creativity, such as deleting the creations of another artist to form a new one. A stucco twilight of artists came out as anti-conceptual art, as they thought of neo-conceptual art as a role of art style without any ideas. Annual demonstrations were also held outside the Turner Prize. In 2002, the Institute of Contemporary Arts described neo-conceptual art as "pretentious, self-indulgent." Regardless of the shared views it received, neo-conceptual art was one of the most evolving art forms in Western art history. Saatchi Art Gallery published neo-conceptual art as a way of describing subtlety.
Neo-conceptual artists, such as Marcel Duchamp (French - 1887-1968), painted some of the most fun concepts. From Moscow Conceptualists in Russia to American photographer Cindy Sherman (born 1954) to Young British Artists (YBA) in the UK, everyone helped the development of neo-conceptualism. YBA is an organization dedicated to the art form. Damien Hirst (born June 1965) leads it. One of the artists in this organization with a very well known portfolio is Tracey Emin (born 1963), with an endurance as a star. During the 1980s, important American neo-conceptualists included Sherrie Levine (born 1947), Jenny Holzer (born 1950), Richard Prince (born 1949), Louise Lawler (born 1947), Mark Lombardi (1951-2000), Barbara Kruger (born 1945))) and John Leekay (born 1961). The British artist band has Liam Gillick (born 1964), Bethan Huws (born 1961), Simon Patterson (born 1967) and Douglas Gordon (1966) on the lists.
o & # 39; Shedboatshed & # 39; (2005) by Simon Starling (born 1967 - British) - This Turner Prize 2005 winner was a clumsy shed gyrated in a boat and floated, followed again to a boat.
o & # 39; The lights come on and release & # 39; (2000) by Martin Creed (Scottish - 1968) - This Turner Prize 2001 winner showed an empty painted room with lights on and off.
o & # 39; My bed & # 39; (1999) by the most talked about neo-conceptual artist nominated for the Turner Prize. In this artwork, she displayed her bed embosome with condoms, bloodstained clothes, etc. This artwork was solely responsible for the fame that Tracey achieved.