• “Mel Bochner: Thought Made Visible 1966–1973”

    Yale University Art Gallery

    The emergence of Conceptualism in the late ’60s was characterized by an enormous diversity of artistic practice. The openness of the situation was unprecedented, and the exhibitions of the era signaled as much. No fewer than 160 artists participated in the Museum of Modern Art’s “Information” show in 1970, and one finds an equally large number of artists in shows such as “Live in Your Head: When Attitudes Become Form,” “Op Losse Schroven: Situaties En Cryptostructuren” (Square Pegs in Round Holes), Lucy Lippard’s “557, 087,” and “Conception-Perception,” all held between 1969–70, and all attempts

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