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Knowledge: Aspects of Conceptual Art

Main Gallery Apr 3–Jun 14, 1992

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Knowledge: Aspects of Conceptual Art, 1992
Knowledge: Aspects of Conceptual Art, 1992, Installation view, Santa Monica Museum of Art

Knowledge: Aspects of Conceptual Art investigated the relationship of early conceptual art activities (such as Art and Language, John Baldessari, Douglas Huebler, Joseph Kosuth, and Lawrence Weiner) to works by a younger group of neoconceptualists (such as Sarah Charlesworth, Clegg and Gutmann, Mike Kelley, Louise Lawler, Stephen Prina, and Richard Prince). This exhibition was organized by Phyllis Plous of the University Art Museum, University of California at Santa Barbara, and Frances Colpitt of the University of Texas at San Antonio.