Conceptual Art

From Marina Abramovic to Greta Thunberg: the legacy of Joseph Beuys lives on

A host of artists and activists have followed in the footsteps of the pioneering artist who would have turned 100 this year

Rivers of time: conceptual artist brings a new approach to Atlanta

Jonathan Keats's municipal clock will follow the pace of the city's rivers

Paula Cooper names four new partners in her New York gallery

The announcement bolsters Cooper’s legacy and sets up a possible line of succession

The results are in: the real impact of Covid-19 on the art market

Plus, Dawn Ades on Duchamp and Superflex on Cildo Meireles

Worth every penny? Artist Jill Magid distributes 120,000 engraved one-cent pieces amid nationwide coin shortage in the US

Adding up to a single $1,200 Covid-19 federal stimulus check, the pennies will be circulated via small cash transactions at New York City bodegas

Pioneering performance artist Ulay has died, aged 76

Marina Abramović's former partner and collaborator passed away in Ljubljana

‘Godfather of conceptual art’ John Baldessari dies aged 88

The Californian artist and teacher won numerous awards including the Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale and the National Medal of Arts from President Barack Obama

Conceptual and Minimalist trove raises bedeviling questions for the Guggenheim

Grappling with questions of authenticity, museum 'decommissions' some works from the Panza Collection

Danish artist sells rough sleepers in ‘human Tamagotchi’ project

Kristian von Hornsleth enables collectors to track London homeless

Susan Hiller, a ‘paraconceptualist’ who abandoned anthropology in favour of art, has died, aged 78

“In art, the viewer can be forced into a situation that creates empathy, which cannot be done in the social sciences,” she said

In pictures: Adam Pendleton's pick of Frieze Masters

The US artist's current exhibition seeks to fill the gaps in the history of conceptual art

Geta Brătescu, Romanian multidisciplinary artist, has died, aged 92

She was an important figure of the European country’s avant-garde scene with a career spanning more than six decades, but gained wider international recognition in recent years

From assassinations to CIA mind control: new show investigates how artists tackle conspiracy theories

Met Breuer exhibition, of works made over the past 50 years, feels timely in the age of fake news

Is major survey of conceptual art pioneer Hassan Sharif heading to New York's Guggenheim?

Sharjah Art Foundation’s blockbuster retrospective of the late artist is already confirmed for venues in Germany and Italy

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Loose language: on Liam Gillick's Industry and Intelligence

The artist's new book is confused and lacking in rigour

'You don't need a gallery to show ideas': Orit Gat on Seth Siegelaub at the Stedelijk

An exhibition in Amsterdam devoted to the dealer's work explores his curatorial ideas

Step inside conceptual artist David Ireland’s greatest masterpiece—his home

House on 500 Capp Street in San Francisco will become an arts space, archive and study centre

Sol LeWitt’s conceptual works installed for first time since the 1970s

Drawings defy time as they go on show in Santander's Botín Foundation

Interview with Vito Acconci: From my space to yours

Shaking off the "continental" label has been a lifetime's work

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Interview with dealer Sean Kelly: Marina Abramovic, art fairs, and expanding off the beaten path

The British-born dealer may be a reluctant power-player, but his new, larger space reflects his place in the pecking order

Interview with Francis Alÿs: “Each situation calls for a new answer”

The artist on running inside tornadoes, failing to sabotage the art market and the appeal of Mexico City

Interview with John Baldessari ahead of his upcoming Tate retrospective: “Nobody does anything new”

Baldessari talked to us about his latest work, his early days as a teacher and the infamous incident when he cremated 13 years’ work—and then made cookies out of the ashes

Interview with Dennis Oppenheim on hid latest exhibition: “I could never stay with just one thing”

The veteran artist promises “truly radical” new work in his show at the Price Tower in Bartlesville, Oklahoma

Interview with Mike Kelley on accumulating the uncanny in his new Tate Liverpool show

The Californian post-conceptualist plays the role of artist, curator and collector in his latest piece

Jenny Holzer: towards the mot juste

The US artist on text being just one medium in her work and how trying to measure up to Goya can keep her motionless for months

Fresh from its successful stand-off with e-commerce giant, eToys, etoy enter Manhattan

The group of international, web-based, artists is bringing its witty blend of conceptual, digital and performance art to New York

London galleries: Minimal and Conceptual art at large

Lisson’s historical show unites major international artists

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Nauman's retrospective in Basel brings social madness to light

The exhibition, in which psychological unrest is registered through the body, will appear next in Frankfurt

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